Letters From the Beginning
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This paper compares Mark Twain's "Letters From the Earth," a critique of Christianity set as a revisionist creation myth, with other critical works on Genesis, or which address hypocrisies in Christian beliefs supported by the text of Genesis. The works to which Twain's satire is compared are: Harold Bloom's "Book of J", Thomas Paine's "The Age of Reason", Elaine Pagels' "Adam, Eve and the Serpent", Isaac Asimov's "In the Beginning" and David Leeming's "Dictionary of Creation Myths".
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