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Cain: Son of Adam and Eve. A farmer, he slew his brother Abel after G-d accepted Abel's sacrifice and rejected his. According to tradition, he was killed by his great-great-great grandson, Lemech.
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Once Cain admitted his guilt and set out to repent, what did he do next? Did he buy out an alcohol store, lock the bedroom, shut the lights, and knock himself out for days on end? Did he drown his guilt in depression?
Question: How did Cain and Abel have children? Did they marry their sisters? Answer: Indeed, Cain and Abel Adam's third son, Seth, possibly married one of his nieces (uncle-niece marriage is not forbidden according to Torah law. had to marry their sisters...
Aside from an account of their birth, their bringing an offering to G‑d, and Cain’s horrifying murder of Abel, the Torah’s description of their lives is brief and cryptic.
An Essay on Bereishit
Genesis is preoccupied with fundamental questions, its narratives brimming with exemplary figures whose actions shape our lives today. Clearly, it would have been impossible to begin the Torah without them.
Cain and Abel, Cain’s Jealousy, Cain’s Warned, The Murder of Abel, Cain’s Punishment, Cain’s Repentance, Cain’s Children, Cain’s Death
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