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1 1 | brother Abel, and killed him" (Gen 4:8): the roots of violence 2 1, 7| full and perfect life (cf. Gen 2:7; Wis 9:2-3), is contradicted 3 1, 7| of the devil's envy (cf. Gen 3:1,4-5) and the sin of 4 1, 7| of our first parents (cf. Gen 2:17, 3:17-19). And death 5 1, 7| brother Abel, and killed him" (Gen 4:8).~This first murder 6 1, 7| land of Nod, east of Eden" (Gen 4:2-16).~ ~ 7 1, 8| Abel and his offering" (Gen 4:4-5). The biblical text 8 1, 8| but you must master it" (Gen 4:7).~Envy and anger have 9 1, 8| I my brother's keeper?" (Gen 4:9). "I do not know": Cain 10 1, 9| should render justice (cf. Gen 37:26; Is 26:21; Ez 24:7- 11 1, 9| deny him its fruit (cf. Gen 4:11-12). He is punished: 12 1, 9| being the "garden of Eden" (Gen 2:15), a place of plenty, 13 1, 9| becomes "the land of Nod" (Gen 4:16), a place of scarcity, 14 1, 9| wanderer on the earth" (Gen 4:14): uncertainty and restlessness 15 1, 9| upon him should kill him" (Gen 4:15). He thus gave him 16 1 | What have you done?" (Gen 4:10): the eclipse of the 17 1, 10| to me from the ground" (Gen 4:10).The voice of the blood 18 1 | I my brother's keeper?" (Gen 4:9): a perverse idea of 19 1, 18| What have you done?" (Gen 4:10), seems almost like 20 1, 19| I my brother's keeper?" (Gen 4:9). Yes, every man is 21 1 | face I shall be hidden" (Gen 4:14): the eclipse of the 22 1, 21| finds me will slay me" (Gen 4:13-14). Cain is convinced 23 1, 25| to me from the ground" (Gen 4:10). It is not only the 24 1, 25| belongs to everyone (cf. Gen 1:27; 2:18-24).~It is from 25 2, 34| the dust of the earth (cf. Gen 2:7, 3:19; Job 34:15; Ps 26 2, 34| trace of his glory (cf. Gen 1:26-27; Ps 8:6). This is 27 2, 34| every living thing" (Gen 1:28); this is God's command 28 2, 34| to till it and keep it" (Gen 2:15). We see here a clear 29 2, 34| image, after our likeness" (Gen 1:26). The life which God 30 2, 35| became a living being" (Gen 2:7).~The divine origin 31 2, 35| plants and animals (cf. Gen 2:20). Only the appearance 32 2, 35| and bone of his bones (cf. Gen 2:23), and in whom the spirit 33 2 | will demand an accounting" (Gen 9:5): reverence and love 34 2, 39| accounting for human life" (Gen 9:5). The biblical text 35 2, 39| made man in his own image" (Gen 9:6).~Human life and death 36 2, 40| What have you done?" (Gen 4:10), which God addresses 37 2 | the earth and subdue it" (Gen 1:28): man's responsibility 38 2, 42| moves upon the earth' " (Gen 1:28).~The biblical text 39 2, 42| garden of the world (cf. Gen 2:15), man has a specific 40 2, 42| fruit of the tree' (cf. Gen 2:16-17) shows clearly enough 41 2, 43| good for man to be alone' (Gen 2:18) and ?who made man 42 2, 43| Increase and multiply' (Gen 1:28). 30~By speaking of " 43 2, 43| spouses, who form "one flesh" (Gen 2:24), and God who makes 44 2, 43| mother of all the living" (Gen 3:20). Aware that God has 45 2, 43| with the help of the Lord" (Gen 4:1). In procreation therefore, 46 2, 43| image, and named him Seth" (Gen 5:1-3). It is precisely 47 2, 44| shall your descendants be" (Gen 15:5). But more than anything 48 3, 52| other lesser creatures (cf. Gen 1:28), man is ruler and 49 3 | accounting for human life" (Gen 9:5): human life is sacred 50 3, 53| of sin and violence (cf. Gen 9:5-6).~God proclaims that 51 3, 53| image and likeness (cf. Gen 1:26-28). Human life is 52 3, 53| defender of the innocent (cf. Gen 4:9-15; Is 41:14; Jer 50: 53 3, 66| knows good and evil" (cf. Gen 3:5). God alone has the 54 4, 83| person his living image (cf. Gen 1:27; Ps 8:5). This outlook 55 Conc, 103| mother of the "living" (cf. Gen 3:20).~The Church's spiritual


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