not the least of which is that a person may choose to continue to operate within their religion even after they reach the point in their development of seeing through the exoteric and grasping the esoteric.
God got mad at the human race for eating a piece of fruit in Armenia 6,000 years ago. He got so mad that he condemned everybody to internal damnation, except he kind of felt bad about this afterward, so he sent part of himself down to have it tortured to death, which somehow made it all right. Except not really, because if you don’t buy the story, you’re still going to fry forever. Does that make any sense? Of course it doesn’t
The fall narrative, when read as a story for grown ups, has some rather interesting ideas, in my view, about the development of humanity and our relationship to the natural world and what may lie beyond.
It can be read in toto here: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis+3&version=NIV