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Evil in Genesis
Evil in Genesis

Evil in Genesis

A Contextual Analysis of Hebrew Lexemes for Evil in the Book of Genesis

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The book of Genesis recites the beginnings of the cosmos and its inhabitants. It also reveals the beginning of evil. Before long, evil infests God’s good creation. From there, good and evil coexist and drive the plot of Genesis. In Evil in Genesis, Ingrid Faro uncovers how the Bible’s first book presents the meaning of evil. Faro conducts a thorough examination of evil on lexical, exegetical, conceptual, and theological levels. This focused analysis allows the Hebrew terminology to be nuanced and permits Genesis’ own distinct voice to be heard. Genesis presents evil as the taking of something good and twisting it for one’s own purposes rather than enjoying it how God intended. Faro illuminates the perspective of Genesis on a range of themes, including humanity’s participation in evil, evil’s consequences, and God’s responses to evil.
ISBN: 9781683594512
Producer: Lexham Press
Product Code: 10079221
Dimensions: 152 x 229 mm
Binding: Paperback
Number of pages: 296
Release Date: 17.02.2021
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