Thursday, November 1, 2012
May 2, 2016
The evidence in the story arouses suspicion of what really happens in the story, from the placement of both trees in the center of the Garden, the strange names of the two trees, the sexual overtones in the obscure narrative, the tempting talking snake, and the fig-leaf aprons of shame.
"Judge This Book By Its Cover" presents the sensible interpretation of the Adam and Eve story in the second and third chapters of Genesis--an exegesis not from emotion, opinion, or cherry picking of account facts, but from the entire evidence in the story. No one has ever produced a better exegesis, because a better exegesis does not exist. This one is it.
Read "Judge This Book By Its Cover" by Robert Hagedorn. 25 pages.
Your reading will be quick and easy. Everything will make sense. Brief.
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The world's oldest and greatest mystery has been solved.