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Genesis 1– 11: Beginnings Pre-History before 2000 BC. A Historical Literary study Of the First Book of the Bible. Literary Reading : Proverbs 25:11. Golden apples in silver settings! A word well spoken! Pro 25:11 一 句 话说得合宜 , 就 如金苹果在银网子里。. Look for Macro Structures.

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genesis 1 11 beginnings pre history before 2000 bc

Genesis 1– 11: BeginningsPre-History before 2000 BC

A Historical Literary study

Of the First

Book of the Bible

literary reading proverbs 25 11
Literary Reading : Proverbs 25:11

Golden apples in silver settings!

A word well spoken!

Pro 25:11一 句话说得合宜,

就如金苹果在银网子里。

look for macro structures
Look for Macro Structures

Heaven and earth (Gen. 1-2 ; 3-12)

HebrewHistory

Christian History

New Heaven and Earth (Rev. 21-22)

first foundational history
First Foundational History

The Pentateuch

The Books of the LAW

structure of the pentateuch
Structure of the Pentateuch

A Genesis

B Exodus

X Leviticus

B’ Numbers

A’ Deuteronomium

macro structure genesis
Macro Structure : Genesis

Act I : Beginnings of Humanity (Primeval)

Scene 1: Earth and

Inhabitants

Scene II: Sin and Consequences 3-11

Covenant with Abram/Sara

12:1-3

Act II: Beginnings of Israël (Patriarchal)

Scene 1:

Abraham and Sarah

12-25

Scene 2:

Isaak and Rebekka

24-27

Scene 3: Jacob en Rachael 28-50

Jacob Jozef

Jacob Esau

Jacob Laban

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Macro Structure : Genesis

Act I :

Scene 1:

Scene II:

12:1-3

Act II:

Scene 1:

Scene 2:

Scene 3:

part i the structures and genres of genesis 1 11

PART I :The Structures and Genresof Genesis 1-11

Learning to see the

larger picture

creation structure
Creation Structure
  • Original Creation out of waters 1-2
    • The UN - Creation in the Flood 3-6
  • The Re - Creation out of waters 7-11

Notes

No matter how drastic man's sin becomes, destroying what God has made good and bringing the world to the brink of un-creation, God's grace never fails to deliver man from the consequences of his sin. Even when man responds to a fresh start with the old pattern of sin, God's commitment to his world stands firm, and sinful man experiences the favor of God as well as his righteous judgment. (Cline)

genre reading in genesis
Genre Reading in Genesis
  • Specific Narrative Genre
    • Creation Narrative Genesis 1
    • Historic Apocalyptic in Genesis 2-11 (GNB pg. 2)
    • History of the Patriarchs 12-50
  • Poetic Sections
    • Brief sayings (1:27-28; 12:1-3)
    • Larger segments (Gen. 49)
  • Genealogies
    • Enumerative genre (GNB pg. 5)
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Genesis 1-11
  • 2:4
  • 1 Creation
  • 2 Adam and Eve
  • 3 The Fall
  • of Mankind
  • 4-6 Sin effects
  • All Creation
  • 10-11 Sin effects
  • All Creation
  • 6-9 The
  • Flood
first structure gen 1 11 four main events
First Structure Gen 1-11 Four Main Events

Fall 3-5

1st Disorder

Creation

Original ORDER

Flood 6-9

2e Disorder

Abram

Covenant

Babel 10-11

3de Disorder

Notes

the three disorders
The ORDER

In the Image of God

Righteousness

Harmony

Relational

With self

With God

With Others

With the created world

Divine Blessing

Ultimate Purpose stated

The 3 DISORDERS

Corrupt Divinity

Sin - disobedience

Violence

Schism (Broken)

Within the heart

With God

With Others

With the created world

Divine Judgment

Ultimate Purpose (adjusted) - Grace

The Three Disorders
gen 1 form is climactic
Gen. 1: Form is CLIMACTIC

7. HOLY SABBATH REST

DAY 1-3

GOD CREATES

ENVIRONMENT

(what sustains life)

3a. LAND

3b. HERBS

DAY 4-6

GOD CREATES

CONTENT

(what moves and lives)

6a. ANIMALS

6b MANKIND

2. FIRMAMENT/ WATERS

5. BIRDS and FISHES

1. LIGHT !

4. LIGHT BEARERS

example genesis 1 6 8
Example Genesis 1:6-8
    • And there was evening,
    • and there was morning-- the first day.
  • 6 And God said,
    • A "Let there be an expanse between the waters to separate water from water.“
    • B 7 So God made the expanse and separated the water under the expanse from the water above it.
    • C And it was so.
  • 8 God called the expanse "sky."
    • And there was evening,
    • and there was morning-- the second day.
intra textuality in genesis 1 6 8
Intra-Textuality in Genesis 1:6-8
    • And there was evening,
    • and there was morning-- the first day.
  • 6 And God said,
    • A "Let there be an expanse between the waters to separate water from water.“
    • B 7 So God made the expanse and separated the water under the expanse from the water above it.
    • C And it was so.
  • 8 God called the expanse "sky."
    • And there was evening,
    • and there was morning-- the second day.
the chiasm day 4 gen 1
The chiasm: Day 4 (Gen. 1:
  • And God said: Let there be lights . . .
  • To divide day-night
    • Let them be for signs/seasons - days/years
      • Lights in firmament to give light on earth
        • God made two lights
        • The greater to rule the day -
        • lesser to rule the night - stars
      • In the firmament to give light on the earth
    • To rule over day/night
  • To divide the light from darkness
  • And God saw it was good
genesis 2 the creation of mankind
Genesis 2: The creation of mankind
  • The pre-condition - 5-6
  • The creation of Adam 7
  • The Garden of Eden 8-14
  • The task of Adam 15-17
  • The creation of Eve 18-25
outline chapter 4
Outline Chapter 4
  • Chaos – 3:23-24 Adam and Eve expelled
  • Opening 4:1-2 Call upon the Name of the Lord
  • 1-2 ADAM – births
    • 3-5 Offerings
      • 6-7 God and Cain converse
        • 8 Cain kills Abel – MURDER
      • 9-15 God and Cain converse
    • 16 Expulsion
  • 17 Cain Births
the second story of disorder

The Second Story of DISORDER

The Flood

Genesis 6-9

the structure and outline
The Structure and Outline
  • 5:32 And Noah was 500 years old, and Noah begot Shem, Ham and Japhet
  • 9:28-28 And Noah lived after the Flood 350 years, and he died

The Events of the Flood

the central statement
The Central Statement
  • 6:1- 7:24 The Events Leading to the Flood The UN-Creation
  • 8:2-9:27 The Events Leading to Dry Earth The RENEWAL of Creation

The Central Statement

AND GOD REMEMBERED

NOAH

a detailed structure
A Detailed Structure
  • The Condition before the Flood 6:1-9
    • Generation of Noah 6:10
      • Violence on earth 6:11-13
        • God’s Resolve: Building of the Ark 14-22
          • God’s Command to Enter 7:1-10
          • God’s Command to Exit 8:15-19
        • God’s Resolve: Not to Destroy earth 20-22
      • Covenant Blessing and Peace 9:1-17
    • Generation of Noah 9:18
  • The Condition after the Flood 9:19-27

THE FLOOD

the third story of disorder

The Third Story of DISORDER

The Tower of Babel

Genesis 11:1-9

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The Tower of Babel; Gen. 11:1-9

The TURNING Point

The Lord came down

D A Tower in the Heavens

D’ Nothing is impossible

C They said: “Let us . . “

C’ The Lord: “Let us”

B They Settle

B’ The Lord Disperses

A’ Many Languages

A One Language

thematic reading

Thematic Reading

What is the development

of the great theological

themes?

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Thematic Reading

Biblical Flow of Events

Theme

CREATION

Darkness

Light

People and

land

Sabbath

progressive revelation inter textual reading
Progressive RevelationINTER – Textual Reading

TRADITION

Biblical movement of events

Light and

Darkness

Gospels/Rev.

Light and

Darkness

Prophets

Light and

Darkness

Historical

Light and

Darkness

Genesis 1