Pp. 101-105

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Pp. 101-106
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Pages 103-4 Questions 1-4
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Q 1. Write out your idea of the function or purpose of creation accounts (cosmogonies; singular, cosmogony). p Q 2. Let’s play a Jeopardy-like game. I will provide the answer and you develop the question. The answer is “Creation.” What is the question? p Q 3. What genre of literature do you think Gen 1– 11 is?1 In other words, are you reading an objective (referential) attempt to describe the origin of the world? Try to describe in your own words what type of literature we have here.
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a. What clues are there to guide you in your initial impression of the genre of Gen 1–11? p b. Obviously Gen 1–11 presents itself as being interested in things that happened in the distant past. What time frame is the work really interested in (past, present, future)? Think in terms relative to the reader of Gen 1–11: time before that reading is past time; time simultaneous to the reading is present time; time after the reading is future time. p In other words, is this section primarily interested in describing the past, explaining the present, or anticipating the future? Explain your answer.
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Q 4. Below is the definition of myth we will be
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