Chapter 1, Eve
• Edith Deen recounts the Judaic version of creation in which Eve, the first woman, came from Adam's rib.
• Eve's story began in the Garden of Eden.
• Poets and artists have usually depicted Eve with gleaming golden hair.
• Eve listened to the serpent, who represented temptation, and followed his suggestion to eat fruit from the Forbidden Tree.
• Once Eve disobeyed God and ate the forbidden fruit, she offered some to Adam and persuaded him to also disobey God by eating the fruit.
• God punished Eve's disobedience by giving her and all her female descendants pain in childbirth.
• Eve's first son was named Cain.
• Eve's second son was named Able, which meant "breath" or "fading away".
• Cain killed his brother Abel.
• Cain married and gave Eve a grandchild, Enoch.
• When Adam was 130 years old, Eve gave birth to a son named Seth.
• The lineage of Jesus Christ...
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