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The god present in the story of Noah differs from the god present in the parable of the prodigal son in many peculiar and interesting ways The presentation of man differs quite a bit in these two stories as well and have many contradicting points between them The representation of god in the story of Noah from the beginning shows a very emotional and regretful god in more then one occasion To be more specific god shows regret first for mans wickedness and cold blooded heart God also showed regret when god made his covenant with Noah that would not use flood to destroy the earth again In the story of Noah god is also very angry and revengeful God is enrage with all of the human race and decides to destroy earth from one moment to the next without even really thinking about it For example when god tells Noah is this The end of all flesh is come before me For the earth is filled with violence through them and be hold I will destroy them with the earth GENESIS 6-9 With that statement god proved that anger and revenge led him to the destruction of earth God was also impulsive and extremely judgmental in the story of Noah God showed being impulsive when he decided to destroy the whole earth because god saw violence and corruption in mans heart Gods impulsiveness brought him to destroy every living thing in the planet including animals plants and men alike God made every living thing in earth pay for mans bad behavior Gods harsh judgment and impulsiveness are the reason god brought dooms day up on earth God was also portrayed as a hypocritical being This is proven when god shed so much blood on earth because mankind is so violent and evil When god states I will
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