God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse - Noah Built the Ark Summary & Analysis

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Noah Built the Ark Summary

In the opening stanza God walks through the Garden of Eden looking for Adam and Eve. The couple finally steps out from their hiding place and shows themselves to God. In the second stanza God recognizes at once that Adam has eaten from the forbidden tree of knowledge. Adam blames his actions on Eve. In stanza three the preacher describes how God created Eve for Adam. The preacher also tells his congregation that God had warned the couple not to eat from the tree of knowledge.

In the fourth stanza Satan approaches Eve. In the fifth stanza Satan questions Eve about the tree of knowledge. Eve believes that if she and Adam eat from this tree, they will die. In stanza six Satan convinces Eve that she will not die if she eats the fruit from the tree. In stanza seven...

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