Jesus and the fig tree
Jesus and the fig tree refers to a story in the New Testament that occurs in Matthew 21:17-22 Mark 11:12-14, 20-26 . In this story, Jesus is hungry and goes up to a fig tree to get something to eat, even though figs are out of season. When he finds that the tree has no fruit, he becomes angry and curses the tree to death.
Some may draw a parallel between this story and original sin, where God blames people for acting in ways that were seemingly designed into them.