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Pentateuch: The First Five Books of the Bible

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Pentateuch: The First Five Books of the Bible

Have you ever been confused about what people mean by the Pentateuch or the Torah? Or have you had trouble reading through the beginning of the Old Testament and its seemingly endless rules and family history?

This material helps break down those concepts into an easily understandable process as it walks you through the first five books of the Bible known as the Pentateuch. It delves into the complexities of the writing and how to see the story God is telling about himself and his people during this time of history. You will walk through the themes, literary devices, and over-arching narrative of these books and how to read through them with these processes in mind as a way to gain deeper understanding of God’s nature and his covenant with Israel.

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