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Genesis content

Creation
Primeval History
Patriarchal Narratives

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Creation story

Genesis

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Primeval History (loc)

Genesis

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Patriarchal Narratives (loc)

Genesis

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Exodus content

Moses' early life
The Exodus from Egypt
Covenant at Sinai
The Tabernacle

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Moses' early life

Exodus

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The Exodus from Egypt

Exodus

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Covenant at Sinai

Exodus

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The tabernacle

Exodus

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Leviticus

Laws for God's people
Worship regulations

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Laws for God's people

Leviticus

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Worship regulations

Leviticus

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Deuteronomy

Moses' instruction for Israel
Death of Moses

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Moses' instruction for Israel

Deuteronomy

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Death of Moses

Deuteronomy

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JEDP

Acronym – hypothetical sources of the Pentateuch, compiled theoretically after 500 BC

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JEDP
Acronym

J-Yahwist
E-Elohist
D-Deuteronomist
P-Priestly

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Yahwist doc

950-850 BC
Gen 2 - Num 24
Excl Lev

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Elohist doc

750-700 BC
Gen 2 - Num 24
Excl Lev

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Deuteronomist doc

700 BC
Deuteronomy

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Priestly doc

550 BC
Gen 1 & Lev

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JE doc

600 BC
Indistinguishably woven together

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JEP doc

After 550 BC
Gen 2 - Numbers

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Documentary hypothesis

Historical–Critical theory about the production of the Pentateuch from four sources labeled JEDP.

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Patriarchal narratives (def)

The accounts of the lives of the patriarchs and their families in Genesis.

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Patriarchs

The term used to describe the great male ancestors of the people of Israel – Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

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Pentateuch

From the Greek for "five books"; the five books of Moses (Gen - Deut), also called the Torah.

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Primeval history (def)

The early history of humans as recorded in the book of Genesis.

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Torah

Hebrew for "law" or "instruction." It is also used in the narrow sense to denote the five books of Moses (Gen – Deut), also called the Pentateuch.