Genesis is the first book of the Bible. It is the book of beginnings. It starts with the creation of the world and continues with the early history of the world, ending with the Hebrews in Egypt. Genesis contains stories of Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah, Abraham, Issac, Jacob and Essau, and Joseph. This category is for Bible studies on the book of Genesis or a significant portion of it.
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Chronology of the Book of Genesis
Text of the book of Genesis. Short summaries of chapters. Also contains diagrams, maps and tables for some chapters.
Dinah and the Tragedy at Shechem
A study of Genesis chapter 34.
Offers downloads of handouts from a course on Genesis offered by Episcopal Church of St. John in the Wilderness, White Bear Lake, Minnesota. Study based on the Lutheran book "Fretheim Explores Genesis." [PDF and rich text formats]
An introduction to Genesis and study questions drawn from the NIV Quiet Time Bible. From InterVarsity Press.
Introduction to Genesis
Includes sections on the nature of the book, dates, structure and purpose. Notes in outline form by David Malick.
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