Genesis 1-2 vs. Genesis 3 Christianity
"There are two prominent schools of thought within conservative Protestant circles that continue to clash over what Christianity is about because their starting points comprise different biblical theological visions. One begins by constructing an understanding of the Christian life orientated around Genesis chapters 1 and 2 and the other begins with Genesis chapter 3. A Gen 1 and 2 starting point views the gospel as a means for human beings to have a realized experience of what their humanity was meant to be and to do, whereas a Gen. 3 orientation sees the gospel as a means of saving us from our humanity in preparation for the eschaton (heaven)." -Anthony Bradley
Also, at the end of the first quote Mr. Bradley makes this statement, "A Gen 1 and 2 starting point views the gospel as a means for human beings to have a realized experience of what their humanity was meant to be and to do, whereas a Gen. 3 orientation sees the gospel as a means of saving us from our humanity in preparation for the eschaton (heaven)." Later on in Paragraph 3 the view is restated about the "Genesis 3" view, "Being human is something that needs to be remedied in preparation of a life of eternal rejoicing." That's a false premise. Even if you place more of an emphasis on Genesis 3, it is incorrect and unbiblical to think that we are saved from our humanity, no matter which view you take. While it is true that every human born of ordinary generation is sinful and depraved, it's not as a result of being human, it's a result of the fall. We are saved from our sin, not our humanity. We're all probably familiar with the quote, "To err is human...". The quote is unbiblical and wrong. To be human is to be made in the image of God, and the fact that the whole race is in rebellion against their creator is tragic. Thanks be to God that He did send a Savior to redeem and restore the elect in some sense to their intended purpose, but also to give them a hope of something better than Adam and His descendants could have ever attained to had Adam obeyed and eventually eaten from the tree of life. To be sinless and in Adam is not as glorious as it is to be seen as sinless in God's sight because you are in Christ. That's why Salvation is something that the Angels desire to look into, because they are simply upright and they don't experientially know what it means to be redeemed.
The point I'm trying to make is that he either misrepresents G3ers(I'm assuming unintentionally), or the G3ers he knows that believe that way are in error.