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The Primeval History - Lesson 1 - Study Guide

The Primeval History - Lesson 1 - Study Guide

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Genesis 1–11 contains some of the most familiar stories in the Bible. The creation week, Adam and Eve, the Garden of Eden, Noah’s ark, the Tower of Babel — Christians know these stories well. But how many believers know what Moses intended these stories to teach? In its ancient context, this primeval history was not a simple historical record. Rather, it was a forceful argument condemning Egypt and encouraging Israel to follow Moses to the Promised Land.

The Primeval History is the first series in the course, The Pentateuch.

Series Goals
* Orient students to Moses’ role as Israel’s leader.
* Explain the function of primeval narratives in the ancient Near East.
* Summarize the structure, content, original meaning and modern application of Genesis 1–11.
Genesis 1–11 contains some of the most familiar stories in the Bible. The creation week, Adam and Eve, the Garden of Eden, Noah’s ark, the Tower of Babel — Christians know these stories well. But how many believers know what Moses intended these stories to teach? In its ancient context, this primeval history was not a simple historical record. Rather, it was a forceful argument condemning Egypt and encouraging Israel to follow Moses to the Promised Land.

The Primeval History is the first series in the course, The Pentateuch.

Series Goals
* Orient students to Moses’ role as Israel’s leader.
* Explain the function of primeval narratives in the ancient Near East.
* Summarize the structure, content, original meaning and modern application of Genesis 1–11.

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The Primeval History
 
Study Guide
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The Primeval History Lesson 1: A Perfect World © 2007 by Third Millennium Ministries www.thirdmill.org 
STUDY GUIDE
CONTENTS Outline ................................................................................................................................ 4 Notes ................................................................................................................................... 5 Review Questions ............................................................................................................ 21 Application Questions ..................................................................................................... 28
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Before you watch the lesson
 
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Preparation
 
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Notes
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Pause/replay portions of the lesson
 
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 You may find it helpful to pause or replay the video at certain points in order to write additional notes, review difficult concepts, or discuss points of interest.
 
 
After you watch the lesson
 
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Review Questions
 
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 Questions on the basic content of the lesson. Answer review questions in the space provided. Review questions should  be completed individually rather than in a group.
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Application Questions
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 Questions relating the content of the lesson to Christian living, theology, and ministry. Application questions are appropriate for written assignments or as topics for group discussions. For written assignments, it is recommended that answers not exceed one page in length.
 
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Preparation
 
 
Read Genesis 1:1
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2:3.

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