popol vuh - Kaitlyn Davis IGE 121 9:15 10:20 January 9 2007...

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Kaitlyn Davis IGE 121 9:15- 10:20 January 9, 2007 Popol Vuh So far in the first two parts we have seen the creation of man and woman. They had a few problems when it came to reproduction, but they kept trying. The creation was very similar to the creation theory of Christianity. The story of Adam and Eve and Noah’s Ark I found within these two parts. I found that they created animals, then man. And after trying many times “Hurricane” decided that they need to flood the earth and start all over, but they let the monkeys live. In Noah’s Ark it was very similar, but they kept one of every animal alive and humans as well. Secondly they spiritually made man, as God did in the Adam and Eve story. Adam and Eve’s story is later into Part III of Popol Vuh. My reaction to these to parts has subsided with me, but it makes me ponder. I ponder their idea of Gods and what makes a right human. First of all, I feel that if you are a God that you have all the power in the world. In my religion I was taught that God is all
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