Soloveitchik, in The Lonely Man of Faith, speaks to the two human ideas in Genesis (bereshit) I and II as a kind of myth of moral evolution, Adam I being the self-focused man, and Adam II being the other-focused man. Buber would say, of course, that is where Adam II begins to encounter God, by turning outward, by his ability to turn outward. I am assuming that you guys are way beyond documentary hypothesis.