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1 1 | Cain rose up against his brother 2 1, 7 | killing of Abel by his brother Cain: "And when they were in 3 1, 7 | they were in the field, Cain rose up against his brother 4 1, 7 | was a keeper of sheep, and Cain a tiller of the ground. 5 1, 7 | ground. In the course of time Cain brought to the Lord an offering 6 1, 7 | and his offering, but for Cain and his offering he had 7 1, 7 | offering he had not regard. So Cain was very angry, and his 8 1, 7 | countenance fell. The Lord said to Cain, ?Why are you angry and 9 1, 7 | but you must master it'.~"Cain said to Abel his brother, ? 10 1, 7 | they were in the field, Cain rose up against his brother 11 1, 7 | him. Then the Lord said to Cain, ?Where is Abel your brother?' 12 1, 7 | wanderer on the earth'. Cain said to the Lord, ?My punishment 13 1, 7 | Not so! If any one slays Cain, vengeance shall be taken 14 1, 7 | And the Lord put a mark on Cain, lest any who came upon 15 1, 7 | him should kill him. Then Cain went away from the presence 16 1, 8 | 8. Cain was "very angry" and his 17 1, 8 | prefers Abel's sacrifice to Cain's. It clearly shows however 18 1, 8 | interrupt his dialogue with Cain. He admonishes him, reminding 19 1, 8 | to leap on its prey. But Cain remains free in the face 20 1, 8 | the Lord's warning, and so Cain attacks his own brother 21 1, 8 | s murder by his brother Cain, Scripture reveals the presence 22 1, 8 | another, and not be like Cain who was of the evil one 23 1, 8 | brother" (1 Jn 3:11-12). Cain's killing of his brother 24 1, 8 | about the fate of Abel, Cain, instead of showing remorse 25 1, 8 | Gen 4:9). "I do not know": Cain tries to cover up his crime 26 1, 8 | I my brother's keeper?": Cain does not wish to think about 27 1, 9 | way attacks God himself.~Cain is cursed by God and also 28 1, 9 | and separation from God. Cain will be "a fugitive and 29 1, 9 | punishes, "put a mark on Cain, lest any who came upon 30 1, 9 | punishment. ... God drove Cain out of his presence and 31 1, 9(13)| De Cain et Abel, II, 10, 38: CSEL, 32 1, 10 | 10. The Lord said to Cain: "What have you done? The 33 1, 10 | What have you done?", which Cain cannot escape, is addressed 34 1, 18 | invitation addressed to Cain to go beyond the material 35 1, 19 | precisely in this sense that Cain's answer to the Lord's question: " 36 1, 21 | curse imposed on him by God, Cain thus addresses the Lord: " 37 1, 21 | slay me" (Gen 4:13-14). Cain is convinced that his sin 38 1, 21 | hide his face" from him. If Cain is capable of confessing 39 2, 40 | which God addresses to Cain after he has killed his


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