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In compliance with the refreshing and intriguing, although idiosyncratic inner logic of the author, one may argue, that god, knowing in advance the choices of cain and abel, preferred the murderous offering of Abel in order to both educate Cain of his own murderous tendency as well as to bring Abel to justice. Cain, then, becomes a symbol of the complexity of humanity and its emotional turmoil and compromise

This was a hilarious read! Thank you for this sarcastic piece!

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