Genesis Essay | The Book of Genesis

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The Book of Genesis

Summary: The Book of Genesis of the Bible can demonstrate a significant amount of information from the time period in which it was written.
The Book of Genesis
Before one can address any religious standpoint one must address the differences between myth and scientific fact. A myth is a false story sometimes used to explain why things happen. Mythical thinking may take some facts and make up others to get a point or belief across. Scientific thinking is a process of thoughts that put together an event through evidence. Scientific thinking is much more factual than a mythical thinking.

The story of Adam and Eve although is a myth reveals many truths about the times in which it was written. In the story of Adam and Eve the two start with complete innocence and it is not until they are tricked by the serpent do they realize they are naked, thus destroying their innocence. This shows the basis of the Hebrew belief of good and evil, it was their belief...


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