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The Fall

In the first two chapters of the Bible, we learn that at each stage of Creation, six times God evaluates His work as “good” and at the end of the Creation week during His seventh assessment, God evaluates His work as “very good”. However, things drasticaly change in Chapter 3 and the structure of the chapter highlights two main themes: the theme of temptation and the theme of salvation.

In the first two chapters of the Bible, we learn that at each stage of Creation, six times God evaluates His work as “good” and at the end of the Creation week during His seventh assessment, God evaluates His work as “very good”. However, things drasticaly change in Chapter 3 and the structure of the chapter highlights two main themes: the theme of temptation and the theme of salvation. 

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