Pentateuch

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REL 100 Pentateuch (5 books of Moses) Genesis: Book of beginnings, of creation, fall, and redemption. From Adam to Joseph. Notable events: creation, fall, redemption; Cain and Abel; Noah and the Flood; Babel; life of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; Joseph and his brothers. Exodus: God bringing Israel out of Egypt and establishing them as a nation. Notable events: life of Moses; plagues in Egypt and Passover; law at Sinai. Leviticus: Book about conduct for the priests. Kinds of sacrifices, laws of cleanliness. God is holy and the people are taught how to be holy. Numbers:
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Unformatted text preview: Beginning with the people preparing to go into the promised land. The first generation does not enter due to fear so they wander in the desert for 40 years. The second generation is prepared to enter the promised land. Notable events: spies enter the land and 10 return to discourage the people, 2 encourage trusting in God; the people wander for 40 years; rebellions against God and Moses; the next generation prepares to enter the land. Deuteronomy: the 2 nd given of the law with new applications and reminders of the need for covenant faithfulness....
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