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    Milton claims eve, and therefore all women have some sort of desire to learn but in their own ways sometimes. He argues that some women won’t follow “commands” even if they are only suggestions. Like in book 9 of paradise lost. Adam wants the two to stay together, but Eve rejects this saying that they have too much work to be done and must separate and divide the labor. (Book 9, Page 2096) This scene shows Eves pride. She wants to prove that she can handle herself and work as hard as Adam does on her

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    Thomas King, King intertwines stories to create a satire that pokes fun at Indian culture compared to European culture. The book attempts to also poke fun at Judeo-Cristian beliefs by examining the creation story. King makes fun of the story of Adam and Eve. He pokes fun at western civilization and government. Although the book made me laugh some of the meanings behind kings writing puzzled me and made me question king's motives. The book is truly a puzzle that can be hard to decipher for most

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    stories of Adam and Eve and Cain and Abel. Like the story of Adam and Eve, East of Eden has characters that embody Adam and Eve to an extent. While the story of Adam and Eve tells about the beginning of man, how we came to be on this earth, and why we have original sin, East of Eden uses Adam Trask and Cathy Ames as the beginning of a complex and conflicting story of good vs. evil. Adam Trask is presumed to be Adam, good natured and goodhearted, while Cathy is presumed to be Eve. Only while Eve was deceived

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    Clothing in the Bible has usually been regarded as less important when determining significance in scripture. Not to say that it is of utmost importance, but it does serve as a visual aid God uses to point people towards Himself. In fact, clothing as a symbol has never been new, since clothing has been used as a symbol consciously and unconsciously, to represent religion, class, occupation, or for practical use, such as warmth for the winter. Commonly, clothing has been used as a means to an end

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    states that “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” Additionally, these themes about children are used hand in hand with the innocence of Adam and Eve before they ate of the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Adam and Eve are described as children in this context because of their naivety towards their nakedness and pure state of mind. The three articles that will be addressed in this essay are how children are used in a

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    Religion

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    the reversal of the curses, is given to Adam and Eve, like a gift from God. Eden offers them food, "and the Lord God made all kinds of trees grow out from the ground -- trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food," (Genesis 2:9) and a place to live a simple life. Adam's task is to work the land, and in return he would be provided for with no hardship or struggle (Genesis 3:17-19). Prior to the curses, Adam and Eve lived in a state of equality. To Eve God gave the curse, " Your desire will

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    Judith Wright's Poetry

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    compared to that of a man. there is also the clear presence in all her feminist poems the indication of the womens traditional role in society today and in particular the past. Three examples of this style is 'Women to Man', 'To Another Housewife' and 'Eve to her Daughters'. Whilst all of Wright's poetry has it's own way of giving the lasting impression of these two aspects, in particular the poem Remittance Man stands out clearly in my mind as one of Wright's most qualified examples of the Australian

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    importance: (1) the fall of Lucifer and a third part of the angelic hosts, who rebelled against God and were cast out, and (2) the fall of Adam who was originally endowed with perfection and freedom but who set his will against God and so brought sin and limited freedom upon mankind. ‘.... ‘The fall of Macbeth draws in the combined power of those of Lucifer and Adam."(Coursen 318) In, William Shakespeare's Macbeth, Shakespeare uses the rise and ultimate demise of Macbeth to describe the Biblical concepts

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    by speaking to his creation” (Arand, 133). God made His creation and was well pleased. “God saw all that he had made, and it was very good” (Genesis 1:31a, NIV). However, the perfect harmony between God and His creation did not last long. When Adam and Eve sinned, God put a curse on the natural world, which induced hardships for man. Creation and man do not have a peaceful relationship today. Men abuses creation and creation creates conflicts for men. Humans also abuse the creation’s purpose when

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    Comparing Women's Roles in Christianity and Islam Christianity Concept of God: Christians believe the image of God to be three Gods merged into one. The Trinity’s components are the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit and they are all equal. Each

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