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Title: The Book of Genesis: Perspectives


1
The Book of Genesis Perspectives
  • Chapters 61 929
  • The Flood

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Announcements
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Announcements
  • Congratulations to Nathan Charli Collins on the
    arrival of daughter, Kinsleigh Grace Collins,
    born Monday, December 28. She weighs 8 lbs. 8
    oz., and is 20 ½ inches long.
  • A handout of James Strothers and Dan Lightfoots
    Honduras mission trip is available on the table
    in the foyer.
  • Daily Bible Reading bookmarks are available on
    tables in the hallway and foyer. Some are
    available in your class tonight.
  • The church office is closed Friday, January 1. We
    will reopen Monday, January 4, at 830 AM.
  • Join us this Sunday, January 3 for evening
    services in the auditorium. Rick Gail Northen,
    of Ship of Life, will be our guest speakers.
    They travel up and down the Mekong River
    dispensing medical supplies, and work for
    Partners in Progress.

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Prayer List
  • Jean Rickey Daily out-patient chemotherapy at
    UAMS.
  • Andi Pierce came home from the hospital
    December 28. No calls or visitors, please.
  • Carolyn Williams St. Marys 410.
  • Glaydene Gooden St. Anthonys Hospital 310, in
    Morrilton.
  • Kerri Lewis at home after out-patient cornea
    transplant December 28.
  • Mildred Bailey (David Terry Baileys mother)
    recuperating at home.
  • Chloe Smith (Mary Reids Harry Willards
    mother) St. Marys 430 after a light stroke.
  • Harriet Irby (Fern Combs mother) AR Heart
    Hospital 326 after stint surgery December 29.
  • Sarah Ensey (Connie Myers mother) stress test
    December 31, at St. Marys.

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Genesis
Week Date Topic
1 09 Dec 09 Introduction and the Creation 11-225 (Ben)
2 16 Dec 09 The Fall 31-532
3 23 Dec 09 Elder Selection Discussion (Herb)
4 30 Dec 09 The Flood 61-929
5 06 Jan 10 Table of Nations/Tower of Babel 101-119
6 13 Jan 10 Life of Abraham Part 1 1110-1616
7 20 Jan 10 Life of Abraham Part 2 171-2518
8 27 Jan 10 Life of Isaac 2519-2635
9 03 Feb 10 Life of Jacob 271-3643
10 10 Feb 10 Life of Esau 361-4334 (Ben)
11 17 Feb 10 Life of Joseph Corruption 371-3830
12 24 Feb 10 Life of Joseph Exaltation 391-4157
13 03 Mar 10 Life of Joseph Salvation 421-5025
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Todays Objectives
  • Provide and overview of last weeks lesson
  • Learn about the wickedness of the Earth during
    the time of Noah
  • Learn what God decides to do in order to rid the
    Earth of this evil
  • See how and why Noah and his family survives the
    calamity
  • Learn about events that occurred after the flood
    and the death of Noah

7
Last week
  • Provided an overview of last weeks lesson
    (Creation)
  • Learned how the goodness God had created turns to
    ruin
  • Learned about the temptation of Adam and Eve
  • Reviewed the story of Cain and Abel and the
    lessons of faith
  • Learned what happened to Cain
  • Learned about the line of Christ created through
    Adam and Eve

8
Authorship
  • Bible scholars attribute Genesis to Moses
  • Inspired by God, Moses was the human instrument
    through which God spoke
  • Also attributed to writing the first five books
    of the bible
  • Date of writing
  • Uncertain
  • Probably between 1500-1400 BC
  • Spans more time than any other book of the Bible
  • Approximately 2370 years, more time than the
    other 65 books combined
  • Oldest and most detailed record of ancient
    history in existence

9
Terminology
  • Bereshith
  • Hebrew name for the book meaning in the
    beginning
  • Septuagint
  • Oldest Greek translation of the OT, around 270 BC
  • Torah
  • Hebrew word for the law, refers to the first
    five books
  • Pentateuch
  • Greek name for the first five books of the OT
  • Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Ancient manuscripts found in 1947 contain parts
    of all books of the OT except Esther, confirming
    translations

10
Condition of Man (Gen 61-8)
  • Reasons why God destroyed the earth
  • God sees that the wickedness of man is great
  • Sons of God (by Seth) mix with the daughters of
    men (by Cain)
  • Thoughts of mans heart was evil all the time
  • God grieved that he had made man
  • He decides to destroy mankind, along with animals
    and birds
  • However, he finds one man with piety and virtue
    among Noah

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Who was Noah?
  • Tenth and last of the antediluvian Patriarchs
  • Recognized even as a prophet in the Quran, with
    an entire Sura named after him
  • Son of Lamech
  • Named because he would bring rest from toil on
    the land which God had cursed
  • Three sons at the age of 500
  • Shem, Ham, and Japheth
  • Flood occurs in Noahs 600th year
  • Dies 350 years after the flood

12
Account of Noah (Gen 69-22)
  • Why did Noah find favor in Gods eyes?
  • He was righteous
  • Blameless among the people of the time
  • Walked with God
  • Earth was corrupt in Gods sight and he was going
    to destroy those that were corrupted
  • God instructs Noah
  • Make an ark of gofer (or gopher) wood
  • Dictates the physical dimensions of the ark
  • Noah is to enter the ark to save himself and his
    family from destruction, Gods covenant
  • Also bring in two of all living creatures, male
    and female

13
The Flood (Gen 71-24)
  • Source
  • Fountains of the great deepwindows of heaven
    (711-12)
  • Extent of coverage
  • All the high mountainswere covered (79)
  • Amount of time
  • Waters prevailed over the earth for 150 days
    (724)
  • Increased and decreased another 74 days
    (711-85)
  • Noah and his family spent approximately 371 days
    in the Ark
  • The Ark is Entered
  • Approximately 450 feet long, 75 feet wide, 45
    feet high
  • 95,700 square feet of space

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Results of the Flood (Gen 81-22)
  • Water subsides (81)
  • Ark comes to rest on the mountains of Ararat
  • Noah conducts a series of tests to see if it was
    safe to exit the ark (86-14)
  • God tells Noah to leave the Ark with his family
    and release all the creatures (815-16)
  • Noah worships God
  • Builds an alter and sacrifices burnt offerings on
    it
  • God was very pleased
  • Gods covenant with Noah (821-22)
  • Never again will he destroy all living creatures

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After the Flood (Gen 91-17)
  • God blesses Noah (91-3)
  • All the beasts of the earth will fear man
  • All the beasts are given to Noah and his
    descendents
  • Gods commands
  • Not eat meat that has blood still in it (94)
  • Accountability for any man who takes the life of
    another man (95-6)
  • Be fruitful and increase in number (97)
  • Gods covenant about the flood (98-17)
  • Never again will there be a flood that destroys
    the earth
  • Covenant shown by the rainbow

24
After the Flood (Gen 918-29)
  • Noah (918-20)
  • Man of the soil
  • Planted a vineyard
  • Curse of Ham (921-25)
  • Ham saw his father naked
  • Noah cursed Ham, would become a slave to his
    brothers
  • Blessings to Shem and Japheth (926-27)
  • Territory would be extended
  • The two brothers would live in harmony
  • Canaan, son of Ham, would be their slave

25
New Testament Perspectives
  • Equated to the coming Day of Judgment (Luke
    1726)
  • Noah is called a preacher of righteousness (2
    Peter 25)
  • Saving power of baptism equated with the Ark
    saving those who were in it (1 Pe 318-21)
  • Later Christian theologians identified the three
    sons of Noah as the source of population found on
    three continents (Japheth-Europe Shem-Asia
    Ham-Africa)

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Review
  • Provided and overview of last weeks lesson
  • Learned about the wickedness of the Earth during
    the time of Noah
  • Learned what God decides to do in order to rid
    the Earth of this evil
  • Saw how and why Noah and his family survives the
    calamity
  • Learned about events that occurred after the
    flood and the death of Noah
  • Next week, Ch 10-11 Genealogy/Babel
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