Found an article by Pr. Hans Fiene over on The Federalist:
When God put Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden naked, this was a sign that he had given our first parents all they needed. Because God had created them without sin, they had no need for the shame that normally accompanies nakedness.
Then Satan came along with his slithery words of deception and convinced Eve that she and Adam needed to know good and evil as God did. If they were to be complete as man and woman, Satan effectively told them, they needed to be clothed in a garment called equality with God.
So when the Lord found Adam and Eve hiding in shame and fear over their fig-leaf-covered nakedness, he asked them, “Who told you that you were naked?”
In other words, he was saying, “Who told you that you weren’t equal? I’ve given you everything that belongs to me, all of my love, all of my creation. Who told you that you weren’t free? Was it the serpent, who wants to make you his slaves? Who told you that you needed to seize something I didn’t give you in order to be complete? Was it Satan, who wants to take away every good gift that I gave to you? Why would you believe that true peace could be found by trusting the words of the one who only wants to give you war?”
To read the entire article, head on over to The Federalist.