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People read The Bible for many different reasons such as it is just a part of their faith so they have to Others read it because the stories are interesting and still others read the stories because of the moral and ethical messages the stories convey Many people when reading The Bible do not go deep into the readings to examine other things in the stories such as the characters the narration and also the underlying themes that are beneath the main message These elements are an important part of reading the stories because they can help a reader discover other parts to the story that may be more helpful to that reader than the main message It is also important to take a close look at the narration so a reader can better understand just what it is the writer is trying to say The Book of Genesis is full of stories and characters that set the stage for the entire Bible Genesis has some of the most notable stories from The Bible such as Adam and Eve Cain and Abel and also Joseph Most people can read or hear these stories and recognize all the main themes like jealousy and sin as a whole However most people dont examine the stories close enough to find the themes that are hidden below the major ones A major underlying theme that reoccurs throughout Genesis and even the entire Bible is the role that women play in these stories By looking at this theme and paying close attention to it in all stories a reader can see the evolution of the acceptance of women as a contributor to the society The beginning of Genesis starts with women being depicted in an unfavorable way but as the stories go on women take a more active and positive role This theme is carried throughout The Bible and is not just in the Book of Genesis There
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