On Genesis 2:24
- GENESIS 1 AND THE PRIESTLY AGENDA. Firmage, Edwin // Journal for the Study of the Old Testament;Mar1999, Issue 82, p97
Explores the possibility that the Priestly narrative of the creation in Genesis I was aimed at establishing the philosophical foundation of the Holiness Code by declaring that man is God's image and therefore has the potential to become holy. Explanations on the purpose of the story on creation...
- AN EGYTPIAN SOURCE FOR GENESIS 1. Atwell, James E. // Journal of Theological Studies;Oct2000, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p441
Investigates the modes of creation presented in the priestly account of creation in Genesis I of the Old Testament. Origins of cosmology; Comparison of the priestly creation narrative with the cosmology of Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt; Relation of the patterning of seven upon the acts of...
- collage. // Spirit That Moves Us: Nuke-Rebuke;1984, p165
The article presents several Bible passages related to the creation of the Earth. It details how the earth and everything in it was created in seven days. It explores how light, waters, vegetation were created. It highlights the creation of man whom He called Adam and the woman after God's...
- Presenting Genesis 1, Constructively and Deconstructively. Greenstein, Edward L. // Prooftexts;Winter2001, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p1
By eschewing any global or totalizing theory or approach, and by appreciating the diverse uses of different theories and approaches, the author has been able to adopt and adapt a variety of strategies in reading texts and in presenting them in his teaching. After summarizing a constructive,...
- Ancient Africa and Genesis 2:10-14. Adamo, David Tuesday // Journal of Religious Thought;Summer92/Fall92, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p33
Analyzes passages in the Book of Genesis. Unity of contents in chapters two to three; Discussion of previous studies on the book; Source of the story; Location and identification of the river of the Garden of Eden.
- In solidarity with his brothers. Holladay, William L. // Christian Century;07/31/96, Vol. 113 Issue 23, p745
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- The possibilities of imperfection. Blanchard, Tsvi // Christianity Today;10/28/96, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p30
Reflects on the author's favorite passage in the Old Testament from the Book of Genesis. Confrontation between Jacob and Esau; Struggles with the forces that symbolizes fears.
- Why we worship. Norris, Kathleen // Christianity Today;10/28/96, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p32
Reflects on the author's favorite passage in the Old Testament from the Book of Genesis. Significance of Jacob's theophany; God's delight in Jacob even after his sins.
- The interpretation of Genesis 1:1 in the targums. Anderson, Gary // Catholic Biblical Quarterly;Jan1990, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p21
Discusses the interpretation of Genesis 1:1 in the targums. Opening phrase `bere-sit'; Bere-sit as a prepositional phrase; Understanding the clause in an interpretative or midrashic nature.