USCCB: God, the author of Sacred Scripture borrowed the plot of Gn 2–11 (creation, the flood, renewed creation) from creation-flood stories in Mesopotamian literature

Given

The plot of Gn 2–11 (creation, the flood, renewed creation) has been borrowed from creation-flood stories attested in Mesopotamian literature of the second and early first millennia. – Genesis introduction, USCCB > Bible

And

CCC 105 God is the author of Sacred Scripture. “The divinely revealed realities, which are contained and presented in the text of Sacred Scripture, have been written down under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.” [DV 11].

Then one must conclude from USCCB’s Genesis – Introduction that “God, the author of Sacred Scripture borrowed the plot of Gn 2–11 (creation, the flood, renewed creation) from creation-flood stories in Mesopotamian literature.”


Cf. James Perloff’s THE WAR ON CHRISTIANITY, PART 1 and THE WAR ON CHRISTIANITY, PART II: THE ABOMINATION AND BLASPHEMY OF CHRISTIAN ZIONISM


[Update July 14, 2017]

Cf. http://www.vatican.va/archive/bible/index.htm

Cf. Vatican removes Bible from its website… | Connecticut Catholic Corner


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Come, Holy Spirit: Ten-Day Devotion in Preparation for Pentecost | St. Josemaría Institute

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Come, Holy Spirit: Ten-Day Devotion in Preparation for Pentecost | St. Josemaría Institute | MAY 7, 2020

Prayer to the Holy Spirit composed by St. Josemaría Escrivá in 1934

Come, O Holy Spirit:
enlighten my understanding
to know your commands;
strengthen my heart
against the wiles of the enemy; inflame my will…
I have heard your voice,
and I don’t want to harden my heart to resisting,
by saying ‘later… tomorrow.’
Nunc coepi! Now!
Lest there be no tomorrow for me!
O, Spirit of truth and wisdom,
Spirit of understanding and counsel,
Spirit of joy and peace!
I want what you want,
I want it because you want it,
I want it as you want it,
I want it when you want it.


Volo quidquid vis, volo quia vis, volo quomodo vis, volo quamdiu vis.

 – COME, HOLY SPIRIT | TEN-DAY DEVOTION TO THE HOLY SPIRIT 

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About The Holy Spirit by Fransisca Javiera del Valle