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In reading the Genesis, there were many textual evidences that show there were two different authors. In the first two paragraphs, the author clearly shows that the Lord was angry and unhappy with man altogether, “the Lord saw how great was man’s wickedness on earth, and how every plan devised by his mind was nothing but evil all the time” (p.11) This specific author showed that the Lord felt that man was only evil and the fact that the lord gave man the opportunity to think for himself, only proved that man was not worthy of having thought process. With this author, he has shown God to be unforgiving and unkind to mankind. This author showed that God was so angry at man, that he quoted “And the Lord regretted that He had made man on earth…” (p.11) The author felt that mankind had had their chance to prove to God that they deserved to live on earth, but instead of showing God that they could be kind and considerate to each
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Unformatted text preview: other and God himself, they showed to be nothing but a disgrace. The second author had a different take on mankind. More specifically, they wrote about the respect God had for Noah. Noah was chosen by God to save all the worthy animals on earth so He could wipe out all that wasn’t. The author states about how Noah was a man of respect and worth, “Noah was a righteous man; he was blameless in his age; Noah walked with God” (p.11) This author wrote about how wonderful God looked upon Noah, and with the respect from God that Noah God decided that it would be he would righteously serve him, “Noah did so, just as God commanded him, so he did” (p.11) This author showed that God had some faith in mankind and instead of him feeling that the he made a mistake about allowing men to think, he decided that they deserved a second chance at allowing those who deserved to live, still live....
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