Creation In The Bible: The Creation Of Man

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Creation of Man
This is the history of Humanity. “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form and void…” (Genesis 1:1-2) There are two versions or parts of creation in the Bible. The first one is in Genesis 1:1-2:4, and the second, Genesis 2:4-2:24. However, it is all connected into a more detailed and exciting story. From the beginning, God forged us, humanity, with a purpose, but that change after Adam and Eve ate from the Tree of knowledge of good and evil. However, we will first unite the pieces and see the greater picture. As we all know, the Bible starts narrating us on Genesis 1, how from nothing God began his creation, but there were darkness and emptiness. Again he said, “Let there be light,”
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On the other hand, in the second version, it is the man who was formed ahead of the women, who was at last formed from Adam’s rib (Genesis 2:21-22). These verses are turning points in the eyes of culture, tradition, and society. For this reason it is common known in a small number of religions to view woman as their equal, their ideal help, and their partner. Still in abundant cultures woman are belittled, making them seem inferior in every important decision. In the first few chapters of the Bible or more specific the Old Testament, women play minor roles in history. However, we see references to woman that were strong and became certainly important characters throughout the Bible, for example, Sarah, Esther, Hannah, and more. On the other hand, the woman was first tempted when the snake told her to eat the forbidden fruit.
We continue to chapter 2, where it describes how Eden looked like, surrounded by a river that each “head” had its name.
“The name of the first [is] Pison: that [is] it which compasseth the whole land of Havilah, where [there is]
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Yet, creation failed him, he felt disappointed that he repented from creating us when he decided that it was enough, and he was going to destroy the earth and all his creation by cause of all of the sin. In every human being, there was only evil in his or her hearts so he will wash it away (Genesis 6:5-7). Due to Adam and Eve’s mistake all humanity paid the price, we were condemned to suffer generation to generation with evilness in our hearts. The Original Sin was what separated God from humanity. It would have been a totally different story if that did not happen. We would have been living among all creatures, no pain during labor, no suffering, no violence, and no death. Nevertheless, it all happens for a reason, we changed, and God agreed to establish a Covenant between Him and humanity: not destroy again the earth with water. He also saved us from a multitude of injustices, he fought our wars, and he gave us the Messiah. Moreover, He gave us life. However, humanity repeatedly fails to learn from their
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