Comparisoncreation of Frankenstein to Adam and Eve

Comparisoncreation of Frankenstein to Adam and Eve

Comparison: Adam and Eve to (creation of Frankenstein) In the old Testament, the Book of Genesis has many parallels to the Creation of the monster. Love is the basic information by which Adam and the monster have been created. The question that arises from this is "Is the monster an Adam like figure?" Adam did not have the same sufferings as the monster because he did not endure the hostility of the society. Therefore: the book of Genesis mirrors the creation of the monster but with differences and its consequences. The entire basis of Christianism is about God's love for humanity "God loved so the world that he gave his only son"(John 3:6). The Lord's love is an absolute love. "God created man at his picture. And in Genesis 1, this idea is reinforced by the sentence "From God's picture he created him". God wanted man as good as him and he gave him his benediction.

"So, he modelled man with dust taken from the ground, he insufflate in the nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living being." The result of it was a perfect beautiful being to which he gave the capability to name everything which surrounded him.

On the other hand, as a college student at the University of Ingolstadt, Victor became passionate with his ideal and collected body parts from cadavers until he gave form and life to his creation.

God's true love does not appear in Victor's intention for the creation of his new being. Victor's main goal was to satisfy his intellectual curiosity. "He pursued his understanding with ardour" in his need to understand the origin of life: "spark of being into the lifeless thing." In his first letter to the Corinthians, St Paul begins: " love is patient and kind..... not selfish or irritable" that declaration shows us how God loves us. That biblical reference gives us an strong insight into the nature of love with the first step in Adam's life. He received all gifts: beauty, wisdom, intelligence and the...

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