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the two creation narratives of the Old Testament, he develops his ideas from a
close reading of Genesis 1, for he feels that the recurrent rhythm of "Let there be,"
"He made," and "He named" clearly indicates a striking relationship of creation to
The second version of the story of the Creation, which tells of the breathing of
God's breath into man, also reports that man was made from earth. This is, in the
whole story of the Creation, the only reference to the material in which the
act to language appears each time. With the creative omnipotence of language it
begins, and at the end language as it were assimilates the created, names it.
Language is therefore both creative and the finished creation, it is word and
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