In his study, Robin adapts a methodology from the field of ecocriticism to explore the physical world depicted in Gen. 2:4b–3:24. He challenges traditional dualistic interpretations of the text in Christian theological tradition and wider Western culture which have heavily influenced ecocritical thinking and have typically characterized the garden of YHWH as a bounteous paradise and the land outside the garden as a barren wilderness latterly corrupted by sin.

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