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Table Of Contents

Contents:
Introduction
Chapter One: The Twofold Account of Creation: and the Hermeneutical Problem
Chapter Two: Creation and the Meaning of Divine Omnipotence
Chapter Three: The Ontological Implications of the Unfolding of Creation, for Creatures and Creator
Chapter Four: Creation and Divine Solicitude for Mankind
Chapter Five: Creation and the Meaning of Good and Evil
Chapter Six: Pollution and Purgation
Chapter Seven: Abram from the Calling to the Covenant
Chapter Eight: Abraham at the Peak
Chapter Nine: Kierkegaard's Challenge
Conclusion