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The epic poem Beowulf translated by Burton Raffel is a tale of a young warrior named Beowulf and the many events and adventures that lead to his mourned death Beowulf shows a couple of different Christianity related ideas it shows who He is to them how monsters had to do with and are related to Cain and about the flood that happened All of these include Christianity conceptsGod was The Almghty making the earth shaping these beautiful plains marked off by oceans then proudly setting the sun and moon The corners of the earth were made lovely with trees And leaves made quick with life92-97 The people of Beowulfs time figured out that God had created the earth and everything in it he has given them great gifts like the earth and life Beowulf recognizes Gods importance in life and thanks him for his grace when he is dying They also believe that God is there protection when Grendle is near the throne he will not dare touch itThe wicked doing of man has caused evil throughout the world Grendel is said to have been Conceived by a pair of those monsters born Of Cain punished forever for the crime Of Ables death105-107 Grendel is said to be a direct descendant of Cain which means he is evil People fear Grendel and Grendel likes the fear and Grows mentally with it Saying Grendel is related to Cain is relating it to bible Grendel carrys some form of human which his mother has as well it is thought they are part manThe biblical use of the flood is mentioned when King Hrothgar speaks about the gicantic worldwide flood flood rushing water slew the race of giants The world was full of evil doers Until a flood swept us apart545 The flood is mentioned by Hrothgar and Hrothgar was a
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