Tell him that I

The murder of Abel raises many problems, the most acute of which is that God does not intervene to protect Abel. Cain, the brother's keeper, does not "keep" him. Cain and Abel are the subject of chapter 7 in my book, but the poem below is in the foreword.

here in this carload i am eve with abel my son if you see my other son cain, son of man, tell him that i

(Dan Pagis)

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THE BOOK

Sigve K. Tonstad's God of Sense presents the Holocaust, not as a problem that defeats belief, but as the reality that demands a religious and theological account of evil and human existence.

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