Annotations upon the first [-fifth] book of Moses, called Genesis [-Deuteronomie]
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Annotations upon the first [-fifth] book of Moses, called Genesis [-Deuteronomie] wherein the Hebrew words and sentences, are compared with, & explayned by the ancient Greek and Chaldee versions...

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Published by [s.n.] in [Amsterdam] .
Written in English

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Statementby Henry Ainsworth ; [with text].
ContributionsAinsworth, Henry.
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Open LibraryOL19660696M

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Add tags for "Annotations upon the first book of Moses, called Genesis: Wherein the Hebrew words and sentences, are compared with, & explayned by the ancient Greek and Chaldee versions: but chiefly, by conference with the holy Scriptures. By H.A.". Be the first. Genesis Geneva Bible (GNV) The First Book of Moses, called [] Genesis. 1 1 God created the heaven and the earth. 3 The light and the darkness, 8 The firmament, 9 He separateth the water from the earth. 16 He createth the sun, the moon, and the stars. 21 He createth the fish, birds, beasts, 26 He createth man, and giveth him rule over all creatures, 29 And provideth nurture for man. First, God (Jesus and The Father), never change. Unless He announces it, He always operates the same. Hebrews - Jesus Christ the same. yesterday, and today, and for. ever. Malachi - For I am the LORD, I change not; GENESIS - CHAPTER 1. Now the LORD had said unto Abram, get. Missing: p. A commentary upon the first book of Moses, called Genesis Item PreviewPages:

An analytical exposition of the whole first book of Moses, called Genesis, and of XXIII chap. of his second book, called Exodus [microform]: wherein the various readings are observed, the original text explained, doubts resolved, Scriptures parallelled, the Scripture chronology from the Creation of the world to the giving of the law at Mount Sinai cleared, and the whole illustrated by. Annotations upon the third book of Moses, called Leuiticus. [microform] Wherin, by conferring the holy Scriptures, by comparing the Greek and Chaldee versions, and moniments of the Hebrewes: the sacrifices, and other legal ordinances heretofore co[m]manded of . The Hebrews called the first five books of the Old Testament the Pentateuch (pronounced pen-ta-took), which means ‘the book of five’ or ‘five-fold book’. These same five books are also known as Torah, which to the Jews means the law or instruction. This first book of the Pentateuch is called Bereshith by the Jews, which means ‘in theFile Size: 1MB. This part of the Old Testament we call the Pentateuch, or five books of books were, probably, the first that ever were written; for we have no mention of any writing in all the book of Genesis, nor 'till God bid Moses write, Ex and set him his copy in the writing of the ten commandments upon the tables of stone.

Which Jewish feast is the symbolic reminder of the giving of the law, Gods covenantal promise, through the symbolism of hand built "booths" that symbolize complete reliance upon the protection of God himself, and the participation of cultivated ritual of sacrifice to show complete devotion to the law of God, and God himself. Nevertheless, c calling upon God, he received d strength, and he commanded, saying: Depart from me, Satan, for this one God only will I worship, which is the God of e glory. 21 And now Satan began to tremble, and the earth shook; and Moses received strength, and called upon God, saying: In the name of the Only Begotten, a depart hence, b Satan. THE ARGVMENT. MOSES who was the first Divine Writer, described and set down the be∣ginnings of the world, and Church, in this book: which therefore by the graecians was called Genesis, that is birth, or beginning. As for that of the world, though questionlesse it was revealed to Adam, and • o pas∣sed over to his posterity, by teachings and traditions from Father to Sonne; yet. The whole of Genesis may be called the "Bible" of the posterity of Jacob; and, we may add, that the five books of the Law, of which the last four books (at least) are immediately due to Moses. The Pentateuch was the first "Bible" of Israel as a nation. Genesis is purely a historical work. It serves as the narrative preamble to the legislation.