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The trial of innocence : Adam, Eve, and the Yahwist

Author: André Lacocque
Publisher: Eugene, OR : Cascade Books, ©2006.
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Named Person: Adam, (Biblical figure); Eve, (Biblical figure)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: André Lacocque
ISBN: 1597526207 9781597526203
OCLC Number: 79448880
Description: xiii, 309 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: INTRODUCTION: Methodology --
The Yahwist's presuppositions --
The intention of the text --
The question of relevance --
Author and date --
Structure and plot --
Genesis 2-3 as universal classic --
The problem of temporality --
A certain understanding of humanity --
God's word to humanity is a commandment --
Myth and truth: The problem of evil --
Summary THE SETTING: The ancient cosmogonies as bckground --
J and P back to back: Convergence and divergence (Gen 2:4b-6) --
Earthly dust and heavenly breath (Gen 2:7) --
How green was their valley (Gen 2:8-9a) --
The double nature of the central tree (Gen 2:9b) --
Watered by an Edenic river: The universality of Eden (Gen 2:10-14) --
Summary PROLEGOMENA TO A TRAGEDY: Humanity at the crossroad (Gen 2:15) --
The intrinsic resistance of the created world --
The divine prohibition (Gen 2:16-17) --
Human mortality/immortality --
A "thou" to humanity (Gen 2:18-20) --
Naming or the mystery of language (Gen 2:19) --
The androgyne (Gen 2:21-24) --
A helper for life (Gen 2:18-19) --
Man clings to woman (Gen 2:24) --
Blessed innocence (Gen 2:25) --
Summary THE PROMISE OF THE SERPENT: The unexpected presence of a devous element in creation (Gen 3:1) --
The touting serpent (Gen 3:1b) --
More on the origin of evil according to J --
A heterogeneous intruder: Death --
The serpent's calling card (Gen 3:1-5) --
Eve (Gen 3:1-5) --
And if the serpent was right? --
Two Kinds of knowledge --
Summary THE TWILIGHT OF THE GODS: The feminine initiator (Gen 3:4-6) --
Naïveté or perversion? --
"O hide this breast, I could not behold!" --
Knowledge or wisdom? --
Sicut deus (Gen 3:5) --
Again on nakedness and its dissimulation (Gen 3:7) --
Not a word but the pounding of their hearts (Gen 3:8) --
Humanity and the universe --
Hide and seek (Gen 3:8-13) --
Crime and punishment (Gen 3:14-19) --
The living one gives life (Gen 3:20) --
The stultification of a genius (Gen 3:14) --
Telelogy of ceation --
Summary THE FALLING CURTAIN: Fight to the finish (Gen 3:15) --
One of us (Gen 3:22a) --
Divine jealousy or divine pathos? (Gen 3:22b) --
A recent interpretation of the J myth --
The guardians of the Sill: Adam or Gilgamesh? (Gen 3:23-24) --
Summary CONCLUSION, INCLUSION: Innocence on trial --
To work the garden and keep it (Gen 2:15) --
Summary.
Responsibility: André LaCocque.

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