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Nanabozho and Judeo-Christian In Judeo-Christian narratives you have God who created the heavens and the earth The earth was without form and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep and the Spirit of God was moving over the face of the waters So God created light and there was light God saw that the light was good and decided to separate the light from the darkness God called the light Day and the darkness he called Night And there was evening and there was morning one day On the second day God created Heaven He created Heaven by separating the midst of waters and that separated the waters from the waters And it was so On the third day God gathered the waters under Heaven into one place and made it into dry land God now created Earth and the water that he had gathered he called it the Seas and he seen that it was good Since it was good he put forth vegetation plants seeds and fruit trees On the fourth day God decided to separate the day from the night which would create days and years He then created two great lights the greater light to rule the day and the lesser light to rule the night in which he made the stars to rule over the day and night God saw it a good thing from separating the light from the darkness On the fifth day God created living creatures that swarm the water and birds to fly over the dry land As he created both the water creatures and birds we bless them and they would be fruitful and multiply on the earth On the sixth day we created living creatures such as cattle creeping things and beasts of the earth according to their kind God also created man in his own image in the image of God he created male and female He let them
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