East of Eden

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East of Eden may refer to:

  • The biblical location of the Land of Nod, where Cain was exiled
  • Duidain, a wilderness mentioned in the Book of Enoch
  • A biblical reference to Adam and Eve's exile from the Garden of Eden. It speaks to living with a damaged relationship with God. To live East of Eden means to live without the provision and relationship that was abundant in Eden.


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