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Anthropomorphism is defined as attribution of human motivation characteristics or behavior to inanimate objects animals or natural phenomena The Bible teaches many lessons for life including how to be a good parent In Genesis the first book of The Bible God is given human motivation characteristics and behaviors of a father God sets rules and limits he protects and provides for his people and he punishes his people In the beginning God creates the world He separates the dark from the light the oceans from the dry lands he creates all wildlife animals and people The story starts in the Garden of Eden in which Adam and Eve are living God sets one rule for them and it is to not eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil Although there is only one rule set on them both Adam and Eve both disobey it and eat of the tree Another rule that is set by God is that nobody is to kill Cain Cain murders his brother Abel and God puts a mark on Cain This mark is to let people know that he is a murderer and if anyone kills him vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold In Genesis 96 God says Whoso sheddeth mans blood by man shall his blood be shed This is saying that if a man kills someone else then that man will be killed This is another rule that God sets even though there are other parts in The Bible that will contradict this God protects and provides for everyone and everything that he has created When God creates the first man Adam he decides that he should provide him with a wife He removes a rib from Adams body and out of it he creates Eve Adams wife God provides Adam and Eve with everything they need while they are in the Garden of Eden All their food sources come from the wildlife
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