Hello, the Book of Genesis tells the account of Eve in her test to obey God and Divine will, which of course exposes the core of her existence. So, in acknowledging the story and the outcome we know that the right to receive salvation was never granted to both Adam and Eve. They are completely gone, and their death reminds us of how we can be forgotten, Ecclesiastes 9:5.
The object now since it was revealed that disobedience led to eternal death for both Adam and Eve, is how can the off springs of these two people get a chance to be redeemed from the inheritance of sin and death that is passed to each one, Romans 5:12? How can a detour lead the descendants of Adam and Eve away from the penalty of sin since they were allowed to produce children? When the Bible says from “the founding of the world” the plan for salvation has always been there. What passage in the Bible tells us how salvation has always been the theme for human existence?
1 Peter 1:17-21
17 You pray to God and call him Father, but he will judge everyone the same way—by what they do. So while you are visiting here on earth, you should live with respect for God. 18 You know that in the past the way you were living was useless. It was a way of life you learned from those who lived before you. But you were saved from that way of living. You were bought, but not with things that ruin like gold or silver. 19 You were bought with the precious blood of Christ’s death. He was a pure and perfect sacrificial Lamb. 20 Christ was chosen before the world was made, but he was shown to the world in these last times for you. 21 You believe in God through Christ. God is the one who raised him from death and gave honor to him. So your faith and your hope are in God.