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02-Genesis 1-3 Worksheet Answers

02-Genesis 1-3 Worksheet Answers - G.I.B.S Biblical...

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G.I.B.S. Duluth Bible Church Biblical Synthesis (OT) Genesis 1-3 1. Read pages 3-4 of TTB and answer the following questions. a. From where do we get the word “Pentateuch?” Derived from the Greek words “penta” (meaning five) and “teuchos” (meaning scroll or book). b. Fill in the table below for the book of Genesis: Book Key Idea Nation People God’s Character God’s Role God’s Command Genesis Beginnings Chosen Prepared Powerful Sovereign Creator “Let there be” c. What is the key turning point (described in TTB as a shift) in the book of Genesis? In Chapter 12, God singles out one man (Abraham) through whom He would bring salvation and bless all nations. 2. Using the attached chart of the book of Genesis, answer the following questions. a. List the two main divisions of Genesis, with chapter numbers. Chapters 1-11 God dealing with all people Chapters 12-50 God dealing with Israel b. List the four key events that outline the first division of Genesis. ( TTB p. 8-9) Creation Fall Flood Tower Ch. 1-2 Ch. 3-5 Ch. 6-9 Ch. 10-11 c. List the four key people that outline the second division of Genesis. ( TTB p. 9) Abraham Isaac Jacob Joseph Ch. 12-24 Ch. 25-26 Ch. 27-36 Ch. 37-50 3. Read pages 6-11 of TTB and answer the following questions. a. What is the meaning of the word “Genesis?” Greek word meaning “origin”, “source, generation, or beginning”
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b. What key phrase marks the beginning of each of the eleven literary units in Genesis?
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