First son of Eve and Adam, he offered the first fruits of his grain harvest to God. He became jealous of his younger brother, Abel, and murdered him, because God seemed to favor him over Cain.
Cain, the first murderer, causes the initiation of the law of retribution that is supplanted by Jesus' law of forgiveness.
Killed his brother Abel.
(Old Testament) Cain and Abel were the first children of Adam and Eve born after the Fall of Man; Cain killed Abel out of jealousy and was exiled by God
The first son of Adam and the representative of Satan's side in human affairs. In absolute terms, Cain represents the Servant before the fall, and the impure, fallen nature within fallen human beings. In the fallen world, Cain is relatively evil, or distant from God, compared with Abel. Cain should overcome his (or her) natural resentment towards Abel by learning to share, and express, God's love for Abel.
in the Old Testament, the first son of Adam and Eve who was born after the Fall of Man from the Garden of Eden. He was followed by a brother Abel. Cain became a farmer and Abel a shepherd. Each offered a gift to God, but God only accepted Abel's offering. Cain then murdered his brother Abel out of jealousy. God punished him with a divine curse and the ground would no longer bear fruit for him. He became a wanderer across the earth living in fear of being murdered himself. [ Bequest: The Horror
The first son of Adam and Eve; he murdered his brother Abel. See Chapter 1.
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Cain is a dramatic work written by Byron in 1821. It was published in 1822 along with two other dramatic works, The Two Foscari and Sardanapulus. In Cain, Byron attempts to dramatize the story of Cain and Abel from Cain's point of view.