For early cultures, religion did not necessarily provide a moral code of conduct, nor were divine characters meant to be understood as representative of “correct” moral behavior. An early exception, however, was the Hebrew tradition, which understood religion as outlining a moral code. With this dichotomy in mind, how may the various cultural creation narratives be seen as defining texts for their particular cultures/societies? Further, what does each “define” as the focus/organization of its society/culture/worldview? Explain in no fewer than three (3) paragraphs–using properly-cited selections from the texts to substantiate your observations. The cited selections need to be from the Volume A of the Norton Anthology of World Literature textbook.