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Unformatted text preview: actually occurred. It more likely demonstrates a view on the creators methods for governing the earth, and how humans realistically must cope with his unfortunate actions. Book 7 Chapter 15 portrays the creator as an over-trusting father figure to his children Cain and Abel. Why art thou wroth? And why is they countenance fallen? asks the creator after accepting Abels sacrifice over Cains. He scolds Cain for being less righteous than his brother Abel due to Cains hatred for his brother. The creator rewards Abel for his deeds. However, Cain, without resistance from the creator, kills Abel....
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- Fall '08