Overview: Genesis Ch. 1-11

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Watch our overview video on Genesis 1-11, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In Genesis, God makes a good world and commissions humans to rule it, and then they give in to evil and ruin everything.

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  2. and yet, somehow, God said, "look, the man has become like one of us, knowing good and evil"…

    It's almost as if the strike that killed them, that made them learn morality and become accountable, is the means by which the devil would be overthrown…

  3. Despite the dramatic picture of Lamech's wives in chains at 4:50, there is nothing in Genesis about Lamech abusing his wives. He had two of them, Adah and Zillah. Lamech was the son of Methushael
    , who lived to 969, the Biblical record.

  4. Plan on reading bible start to finish I start today on Sunday & hope I get to finish this year ❤️ always wanted to read & study it &I’m finally doing it 🥰 lol Always wanted to read it from front to end & finally set my mind to actually do it & study the Bible as well & hope I make some changes in my life for good as Im learning 👌🏼 it’s never too late to learn the word of god💯😅 just feel good & ready for the change this year well I’ve already started towards the end of last year & getting back with god .

  5. Is it Good? Or the simple Good? Like the 7 days, Adam eve, trees, tree of life Gods refusal to man to access tree of life by himself after his disobodience, yet children , labour….as blessing, all Gods sort… of strange things happenings, noah, all earth washed, abraham, issac, jacob, joseph, slavery and moses rescue and josuah takingvover to caleb in faith. So simple man flawed God great yet Gods men were Gods. So if Cains existed Abels never lived. Its same. Judegement is not a lie then and today.

  6. Hence: death not hell. God never said something about hell. Not even to Moses for the 10 commandments. Not to adam and eve not to his prophets. Hell is something humans give a false name to. Sadly. All Glory to God the God of LOVE

  7. Gen 1:1  In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. 

    Chaos to order is Lucifer's religion, found all over the world.

  8. In Genesis 1:26-27 it states that the "Elohim said: Let us make man in image of us and our liking. And the Elohim made man in his image. With image of Elohim he made. He made them male and female. The word 'Elohim' translates as 'those from above'. The writers wanted us to know by claiming twice, that the Elohim created man by using their 'Tselem'. The Greek translators having no knowledge of the Sumerian stories translate as "God said let us make man like our image, and like our resemblance." They translate 'tselem' with the Greek 'eikona' which means a representation of any object showing the image of someone or something. So accordingly we were not created in the image of the Elohim, but were created from "that which has the image" of the Elohim. The term 'tselem' denotes not only a concrete and material quid, but also it contains, in the original meaning of the Semitic root, the concept of "cut of from.." Which brings us to the meaning of it all. what was cut off from the Elohim, containing its image? well it was DNA of course.

  9. Thing is, once you take into consideration that the stories of Genesis were "borrowed" from much older versions by the author(s), attempting to find an original meaning within them becomes more of a challenge. I disagree that the tree of life represents God. And in reality what were reading is a very diluted version of events that were written on tablets by Sumerian scribes describing the rivalry between the Sumerian gods Enlil and Enki brought on by the creation of the Adam to help the Elohim/Annua gods with their burdens. The Sumerian saga tells us that it was Enki and his sister Ninti (mother goddess) who were responsible for our creation though genetic sciences. There are hints in the story given to us in the bible as to its original antiquity and truth. The use of a "rib" to create Eve is one. For in today's world of cloning, scientist know that the best genetic material to use for such purpose is from a rib. And only after many fails did they succeed in getting a creature that was created in their "image" by combing their DNA with the DNA of an already existing hominid from earth. From this point the tale tells us that Enlil (yahweh) and Enki (serpent) who had already been at odds over who would rule certain areas of the earth, became even more entrenched in rivalry as to what to do with the earthlings. At 5:08 you briefly mention the story about the "sons of god" and that despite whether or not they were wicked angels, or kings whom claimed they were descendants from the gods who then having many wives leads to the creation of the Nephilim, the point of the story is that human civilization equals a world of evil, and thus Yahweh goes straight to global genocide. Bringing us to the flood. I think it matters very much that we figure out who these angels were. Even as a child upon first learning this story, I felt that something was not right. The Nippur tablet dated at 2300 b.c. is the oldest version of the flood story, and also includes some other interesting details. Although fragmented in certain areas, we get the story nonetheless. "After Anu, Enlil, Enki, and Ninhursag had fashioned the black-headed people, Vegetation sprang from the earth, Animals, four-legged creatures of the plain, Were brought artfully into existence…" After kingship had been lowered from heaven and the first 5 cities had been established.." it becomes clear that the gods become aware of the fact that a great flood was soon to sweep over the earth due to a celestial event. Enlil (Yaweh) sees it as an opportunity to stop the humans from becoming so widespread in such a short time. This as well as the fact that certain members of the lower rank of gods had gone against the orders to not breed with the earth women to keep the genetics separate. This had resulted in the birthing of demi-gods who were creating trouble. Yet Enki loved us, as any normal parent would, being our first father, and quickly goes to his favorite human and whispers through a reed wall the whole story. And then instructs him to build a vessel that will guarantee his and his family's survival. There are many versions that have been found that are more recent, but they all are similar in there content. I believe that the concept of a God who becomes enraged and thus intentionally brings about a global flood came much later on. We now know that through independent studies a global catastrophic event occurred 12 000 years ago causing a rapid cooling effect which lasted 1200 years. Then at 11 600 years ago another even happens causing the instantaneous melting and flooding of ice caps, killed off the mega fauna and much of any human communities in its path. Then from its destruction the rise of agriculture and human civilization. I believe it is much more reasonable to conclude that the flood story is a recollection of these events. As far as the animals going two by two, I think that it is much more reasonable to conclude that Noah was given the genetic material of all the different animals and plants in a seed vault of sorts. thus ensuring there survival through the event. Which was no doubt caused by a comet slamming into the northern ice cap. See the recent discovery of a impact point in Greenland. In their anxiousness to infer the oneness of God the Genesis editors have revisited the conflict of two gods into a inner conflict within one God who at first decides on global genocide,then on second thought decides to save one man and his family with redemption and a new pact accordingly. When one sees the ancient gods as flesh and blood creatures similar to ourselves, the story becomes much more graspable. Indeed, the idea of a group of hominoid like ETs descending from heaven to establish themselves on earth is a fantastic and to some outrageous belief, when one puts to mind some study on these matters, the theory of interventionism becomes much more believable. I look forward to the next video.

  10. And the space between Gen 1:1 & Gen 1:2 which the Bible speaks of when all his children were gathered before the fall of Lucifer.

  11. I love your teaching, I just find it hard to believe that this was sexual. GENESIS 2:8-9 8And the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed. 9 And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Also GENESIS 3:22-24. If Satan was a reference to a tree, then wouldn’t that mean Satan was sealed off in Eden?

  12. Lord thank you for your plan and provision of an eternal sacrifice in Jesus even from the beginning. You are grieved by sin but not surprised. Help me to walk according to your will and direction and not by what I think is right and wrong.

  13. Snake, a talking Snake? Did you really read the story? God did not curse Satan, "The Deceiver"[ in the Hebrew text], to be a serpent and crawl on his belly,  until after he defiled Eve. You do not offer an explanation of why Noah cursed his son Ham and his grandson, Canaan? Also why would Noah curse Canaan if his father Ham, had committed the sin? Perhaps Canaan had committed the sin and Ham laughed at it. Or was Canaan the result of the sin that Ham had committed with his grandmother. The phrase "Having seen his nakedness". Refers to carnal knowledge of a mans wife.

  14. I love how you show both sides of the debate and say “whichever is right, but the point is…..” that statement should be on the lips of every Christian when debating theories.

  15. I see a few holes in this..u guys added stories to things that are not in the bible..why is that?…I urge ppl to read to make sure wat they are saying is true

  16. I'm starting to read through the Bible Project for 2020 so thank you for sending this to me via email. Looks like Day 1 is Gen 1-3 but no Psalms reading was listed – a little different than the Bible Project setup. Can these two go hand in hand somehow? That would be awesome!

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