I, Adam: The Man without a Navel John M. Cimbala

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I, Adam: The Man without a Navel  by  John M. Cimbala

I, Adam: The Man without a Navel by John M. Cimbala
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This novel is based on the Bibles account of Adam, the first man who ever lived. It is written as an autobiography, as if written by Adam himself. Adam looks back at his life from his creation to old age, including his relationship with The CreatorMoreThis novel is based on the Bibles account of Adam, the first man who ever lived. It is written as an autobiography, as if written by Adam himself. Adam looks back at his life from his creation to old age, including his relationship with The Creator (God), naming the animals, the creation of Eve, his time with Eve in the Garden of Eden, their temptation and fall (sin) and expulsion from Eden, and then life after Eden (Cain and Abel, generations, the increase of wickedness) until shortly before his death.

This book can be considered Biblical fiction, with some embellishment of course, but without straying from or changing the account recorded in Genesis. It is a love story between Adam and Eve, whom Adam says is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh. It is also an educational tool for understanding our first parents, their interaction with The Creator, marriage, and the promise of the Special Seed who is Jesus Christ, the Last Adam.

Throughout the book are prayers of Adam as he reflects on his life, his sin, his guilt, and his longing for the Special Seed who will accomplish what Adam failed to accomplish on earth. The author writes from a young earth creationist viewpoint, which includes acknowledgment of a literal Adam and Eve who were the first man and woman, and from whom all human beings have descended.The author, Dr.

John M. Cimbala, is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Penn State University. He has co-authored several textbooks, including a popular Fluid Mechanics textbook that is used around the world and has been translated into several languages. This little book about Adam, however, is his first novel.



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