Some anon asked for a snippet of what I'm writing, so I post here a translation (translated with google translate) of a small fraction my treatise. Much probably I will call this treatise "Introduction to biblical femminism", in which I try to prove that in the Genesis Eve is pure Good, immortal, and anarchic (i.e. without any rule), while Adam is pure evil, mortal and "limited" (sorry, it's more "order-ous", i will eventually translate it in english once i publish it in italian, also this book is very complex). In other words I try to pose the basis for what i call "biblical femminism", which is a femminism which holds the bible as its premise.
If some italian anon is interested, here is the wattpad. I'm translating a Savonarola essay in english, but i wont translate it until exam session is finished. https://www.wattpad.com/user/AlexanderOfCremona
The snippet start right after they ate the forbidden fruit.
God, for his part, in the meantime of this event (which we remember, ends up with the two who begin to recover and correct their mistakes by covering themselves with a belt of fig leaves: Genesis 3,7), walks a short distance away (Genesis 3, 8).
God therefore discovers the crime (which we have ascertained to be Adam's) as he hides because he is naked (Genesis 3,11; I do not say "because he was prude" as it is not written what triggered the fear in Adam upon hearing the footsteps of the Lord) asking him if he had "eaten from the tree I forbade _you_ to eat" (Genesis 3,11), reminding that the command referred only to Adam and not also to Eve.
The man's response remains noteworthy, even if superfluous: "The woman you placed next to me gave me from the tree and I ate it." Eve's freedom of choice in giving and being able to eat from the tree is recognizable, while Adam's choice to contravene God's dictate is evident. One of the two, in fact, did not cause the ruin of the other.
The intrinsic truth of this statement leaves at the same time some elements that God, if he was finite and not infinite as he is in modern biblical exegesis (the concept of infinity is not yet present in Genesis, and this interpretation derives from the fact that God is Creator, creator of everything and therefore wise of everything: see, however superficial Post too long. Click here to view the full text.