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Genesis 1 – Introduction

January 3, 2014

Genesis 1 Introduction

Genesis Study 1 (Right click, save as, to download)

Genesis    46 min, 10.6 mb (Right click, save as, to download)

Reference materials

Scripture:

  • Creation of the World
  • Title
    • Bereishit – Hebrew: “in the beginning”
    • Geneseos – Greek: translation of Hebrew “toldot” for “these are the generations of”
      • Translated from Hebrew into Lingua Franca of the time (Greek) by 70 Jewish scholars AKA Septuagint
  • Author
  • Theme
    • God is the author of All Creation therefore we are all special
    • God chose a specific nation to bless all nations
    • Established covenants
      • Noahoic
      • Abrahamic
      • Land
  • Structures: 3 primary ways to look at Genesis
    • Toldot: Generations (11)
      • Creation
      • Adam
      • Noah
      • Sons of Noah
      • Shem
      • Terah: Abram’s Father
      • Ishmael
      • Isaac
      • Esau
      • Edom
      • Jacob (Israel)
    • Two Divisions (2)
      • Chapters 1-11:9 (1/5th)
        • Creation: Ch 1, 2
        • Fall: Ch 3-5
        • Flood: Ch 6-9
        • Nations: Ch 10-11:9
      • Chapters 11:10 – 50
        • Abraham
        • Isaac
        • Jacob (Israel)
        • Joseph
    • Geographical (3)
      • Mesopotamia Ch 1-11
      • Land of Israel Ch 12-36
      • Egypt Ch 37-50
  •  25 Parallels between Genesis and Revelation (Right click, save as, to download)

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