No, my conclusion is not erroneous. God did not create an imperfect Adam. He created the exact Adam that I said, even with that Holy Redemptive purpose in mind. God did not create a handicapped Adam, an imperfect Adam, an Adam with an evil nature. We are talking about God. You know, the one who caused water to flow out of a rock, in a desert. Adam was completely neutral, which gives meaning to redemption and bringing things back to how they were before Adam sinned. With your presented belief, that means we all have evil nature, but luckily it is innocent, until we once again sin against God? Am I getting this right? Adam's nature was not corrupted, was not evil, until sin entered the world and corrupted it. The Bible is clear that their eyes were not open until they bit into the fruit.