Enuma Elish: Marduk, Enki, Genesis Creation Myth, Enûma Elis, Akitu, Tiamat, Anu, Nibiru, Rod-And-Ring Symbol, Anunnaki, Scorpion Man

 
9781155906843: Enuma Elish: Marduk, Enki, Genesis Creation Myth, Enûma Elis, Akitu, Tiamat, Anu, Nibiru, Rod-And-Ring Symbol, Anunnaki, Scorpion Man
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 107. Not illustrated. Chapters: Marduk, Enki, Genesis Creation Myth, Enûma Eliš, Akitu, Tiamat, Anu, Nibiru, Rod-And-Ring Symbol, Anunnaki, Scorpion Man, Tablets of Destiny, Anshar, Mummu, E-Sara, Ummu-Hubur, Nudimmud. Excerpt: The Genesis creation narrative, found in the first two chapters of the Book of Genesis in the Bible, is one of several Ancient Near East creation myths, differing from the others in its monotheistic outlook. It is part of the biblical canons of Judaism and Christianity, and describes the beginning of the earth and life, and the creation of humanity in the image of God. The opening passages of the Book of Genesis consecutively contain two creation stories. In the first story God progressively creates the different features of the world over a series of six days, resting on the seventh day. Creation is performed by divine incantation: on the first day God says "Let there be light!" and light appears. On the second day God creates an expanse (firmament) to separate the waters above (the sky) from those below (the ocean/abyssos). On the third day God commands the waters below to recede and make dry land appear, and fills the earth with vegetation. God then puts lights in the sky to separate day from night to mark the seasons. On the fifth day, God creates sea creatures and birds of every kind and commands them to procreate. On the sixth day, God creates land creatures of every kind. Man and woman are created last, after the entire world is prepared for them; they are created in the image of God, and are given dominion and care over all other created things. God rests on the seventh and final day of creation, which he marks as holy. In the second story the creation of man follows the creation of the heavens and earth, but occurs before the creation of plants and animals. God takes earth (adamah, ochre) from the...

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