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Torah Events: Original Sin, Tower of Babel, Crossing the Red Sea, Aarons Rod, Binding of Isaac, Ark of Bulrushes, Wave Offering

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Published August 31st 2011
ISBN : 9781157511212
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86 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 85. Chapters: Original sin, Tower of Babel, Crossing the Red Sea, Aarons rod, Binding of Isaac, Ark of bulrushes,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 85. Chapters: Original sin, Tower of Babel, Crossing the Red Sea, Aarons rod, Binding of Isaac, Ark of bulrushes, Wave offering, Tree of the knowledge of good and evil, Manna, Nehushtan, Tree of life, Genesis creation narrative, Plagues of Egypt, The Exodus, Cain and Abel, Curse and mark of Cain, Sodom and Gomorrah, Battle of Siddim, Curse of Ham, Burning bush, Golden calf, Banishment in the Bible, Wife-sister narratives in Genesis, Korban Pesach, Antediluvian, Jacobs Ladder, Song of the sea, List of Hebrew Bible events, Flood myth, Meribah, Abomination, Miriam, Song of Moses, Zipporah at the inn, Blessing of Jacob, Heresy of Peor, Coat of many colors, Tablets of Stone, Hur, Stone of Jacob, Confusion of tongues, Semicha in sacrifices, With a strong hand and an outstretched arm, Bricks without straw, Midian war, Massah, Alliance. Excerpt: The Genesis creation narrative is a description of the creation of the world contained in the first two chapters of the Book of Genesis in the Hebrew Bible. As a sacred narrative of the primeval history of the world (chapters 1-11), it is part of the biblical canons of Judaism and Christianity. It is a creation myth with similarities to several other ancient Mesopotamian creation myths, while differing in its monotheistic outlook. Chapter one describes the creation of the world by Elohim (God), by means of divine fiat in six days and the designation of the seventh day as Sabbath, a holy (set apart) day of rest. Man and woman are created to be Gods regents over his creation. Chapter two tells of YHWH-God creating the first man whom he forms from clay (or dust) and into whom he breathes the breath of life. The first woman is formed from the side of the first man. God plants a garden east of Eden into which he places the first couple. Chapter two ends with a statement concerning why men and...