All of the Women of the Bible Characters

Edith Deen
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God

This is the official author of the sourcebook from which the information about all the women in the book came. God is the omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient creator, maintainer and destroyer of the entire cosmos including humanity and all the other lifeforms and nonliving forms found in the guise of Nature. While there is more to God than Mother Nature, and although the two are treated normally as distinct entities, everything Mother Nature does falls within the dominion of God, as presently understood.

God is referred to in various locations about the book. His role as the creator of humanity is found at the beginning during a discussion of Adam and Eve and the garden of paradise where it seems that all human conduct was performed in innocence. After the forbidden fruit was consumed, the best consequence seems to have been the knowledge of good and evil and...

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