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The first five books of the Old Testament are commonly called the Pentateuch. They tell the story of the nation of Israel from creation to preparation for the conquest of the Promised Land. But is the Pentateuch simply the historical account of God’s chosen people? Or is it something more?
This series explores the books of Genesis through Deuteronomy, examining why they were written, what they meant to their original audience, and how we should respond to them today.
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A companion video to “Introduction to the Pentateuch” asks the following questions:
This lecture gives an overview of the primeval history, the literary structure, original meaning and modern application of Genesis 1–11.
This lesson examines Genesis 2:4–3:24, the story of Adam and Eve’s sin in the garden.
This lecture examines Genesis 4:1–6:8, describing how human beings began to fill the world with violence, and how God reacted to those troubles.
This lecture examines Genesis 6:9–11:9, describing the direction God established for his people to follow after the great flood in the days of Noah.
This lecture explores the stories that ancient Israelites told about Abraham, their great patriarch.
This lecture explores the original impact these stories were intended to have on the nation of Israel as they followed Moses toward the Promised Land.
This lecture concentrates on responsible ways to draw modern applications from the chapters in Genesis that speak of Abraham.
This lecture investigates how God humbled and shaped Jacob into one of the most admired patriarchs of Israel.
This companion video to “The Patriarch Jacob” asks the following questions:
This lecture examines the portion of Genesis that deals with Joseph and his troubled relationship with his brothers.
The following companion video to “Joseph and His Brothers” asks the following questions:
Explores a number of basic issues related to what Exodus meant when it was first written and how we should apply it to our lives today.
This companion video to “An Overview of Exodus” asks the following questions: