Book of Genesis


The theory that Moses couldn’t have written Genesis because writing didn’t exist at that time has been discarded. But is there any more light to throw on the subject of who wrote Genesis?

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Do people who believe in Genesis really believe in a fairy story?

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I’ve heard a few people say that the Book of Genesis has two contradictory creation accounts: the first in chapter 1 when God created the animals and then man. The other is in chapter 2 when he created Adam and then the animals. Which one is correct?

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When two men converse with each other they use each other’s name, but if one man speaks to a group he doesn’t use the names of the individuals in the group but addresses the group en masse. in Genesis chapter 1 God speaks to humanity, but God begins to speak to an individual man in Genesis chapter 2.

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There are over 6,000 languages in the world, Why does Genesis say, “And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech” (Gen 11:1)? And isn't that a good thing? Why did God confuse the languages?

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If Moses Wrote Genesis What Writing Materials Did He Use? There couldn’t have been a vast supply of writing materials in the Sinai Peninsula, so what did Moses write with?

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Paul H and a few other people have asked what made Paul want to write about Genesis?

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Question: Christian people may be convinced by saying that the storyline of Genesis chapter 2 follows chapter 1 chronologically, but what about Religious Study Courses at universities? I thought creationists used to try to say that Genesis chapter 2 was a rehash of chapter 1, the book didn’t say that but the modern point of view is that Gen 1 was written by “P” and Gen 2 by “J”, both of whom had different ideas of how God created life.

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If Adam wasn’t the first man why does Luke’s genealogy trace Christ’s line all the way back to Adam?

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The alphabet originated with proto-siniatic script found etched into rocks in the Sinai Peninsula and dated 1800 BC to 1400 BC. The script is considered the earliest trace of alphabetic writing. Moses was there during that time period.

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Homo sapiens have been on the planet for maybe as long as 200,000 years. Is Genesis able to explain that?

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Jesus stated that angels do not marry, (Matt 22:30). So the “sons of God” in Genesis 6 who married the daughters of men were likely from the godly line of Seth. Is that not correct?

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If Genesis chapter 1 speaks of Adam in a plural sense i.e. the bulk of humanity, and Genesis chapter 2 speaks of Adam (singular) in the garden why is Adam the individual relegated to chapter 2 seeing it is from him that Christ descended?

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