Structure Analysis Gen1

Structure Analysis Gen1 - Cindy Garrison Exo/Deut Dr Pyeon...

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Cindy Garrison Exo/Deut Dr. Pyeon May 7, 2009 Creation Account (Genesis 1:1-2:4a) I. Narrative Introduction: introduces story 1:1 II. Creation Account 1:2-2:3 A. Pre-Creation 1:2 1. The earth was formless and void 2. Darkness covered earth’s face 3. A wind from God swept over the waters B. Creation of the World 1:3-2:3 1. First Day 1:3-1:5 a. God said “let there be light” and it was created 1:3a b. He crated light and it was good 1:3b-1:5a 1) Creation of “light” 1:3b-1:4a a) Divine Command: All God did was say “let there be light” b) Light’s Response: As soon as He said this, light existed c) God’s Positive Evaluation: God saw his work and said that it was good 2) Separation between light and darkness 1:4b 3) God’s naming of light and darkness 1:5a a) Light is called day b) Dark is called night c. With the creation of light and dark there came the first evening and morning 1:5b 2. Second Day 1:6-1:8 a. God’s speech formula 1:6a b. Creation of Land 1:6b-1:8a
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