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Notes on Genesis 27-29

*Updated on May 8, 2019 There is a fascinating trend of sibling rivalry in The Bible. It began with Cain and Abel. Cain, the eldest, saw his blessing given to his younger brother. In jealousy, he murdered Abel. He was then once again usurped by Seth. Ishmael was also passed over for his younger brother,… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 27-29

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Notes on Genesis 22-24

Interesting. Genesis 22:8 (KJV) "God will provide himself a lamb" and (MEV) "God will provide for himself the lamb". The King James leaves a double meaning; the lamb will be provided for God AND God will become the lamb himself. Isaac was to be sacrificed, but God decided to provide the lamb that would take… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 22-24

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Notes on Genesis 25-26

By the time we get to Genesis 25, we see our fourth set of brothers where one perpetuates the line of Christ, and the other is against Christ. Seth, Shem, Isaac, and Jacob are all in the Messianic line. Cain, Ham, Ishmael, and Esau are all "types" of Antichrist. Ham is the progenitor of North… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 25-26

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Notes on Genesis 19-21

Sodom, in the land of Canaan (Hamitic people), is the poster city for sexual perversion. The MEN there tried to rape angels in the form of MEN (homosexuality), Lot tried to placate their lust by offering his own virgin daughters (adultery, possibly even statutory rape), and those same daughters ended up raping Lot in his… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 19-21

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Notes on Genesis 16-18

Today I read up on the Abrahamic covenant in Genesis 16-18, and there are several things of note here. The first is the merging of the Hametic (Hagar of Egypt) and the Semitic (Abraham) lines. Sarah, Abraham's wife, had the idea of allowing her husband to "marry" her handmaid. This unholy merger produced Ishmael, who… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 16-18

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Notes on Genesis 12-15

The “law of first mentions” is an interesting perspective to take when reading the Bible. This law, some call it a rule, is essentially that the context of the first usage of a word or doctrine is maintained in every subsequent mention throughout the Bible unless there is additional clarification. For instance, Abel was the… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 12-15

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Notes on Genesis 8-11

*Updated May 1, 2019 I just finished one of the strangest, most fascinating, and little discussed passages in all the Bible. These are the chapters dealing with the post-flood descendants from Noah. In these verses, we see the foundations of the three main ethnicities (not races), the origins of the major religions, and the Noahic… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 8-11

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Notes on Genesis 4-7

*Updated on April 29, 2019 *Chapter 4 begins with the births of Cain and Abel. There is an interesting argument here that is worth knowing. Some believe that Satan, when he “beguiled” Eve back in Genesis 3, actually seduced her and got her pregnant. The result of that pregnancy is Cain, of whom Eve declared… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 4-7

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Notes on Genesis 1-3

**Updated on April 28, 2019. **Genesis 1-3 begins with the story of creation. Believe it or not, there are several disagreements on the timeline for creation among Christians. Some believe that the entire universe was created in six literal 24-hour period. Some believe that each of the six days of creation were actually 1,000 years… Continue reading Notes on Genesis 1-3