Chapter five is the genealogy from Adam to Noah. Boring, right? Wrong!! It does nearly seem worth passing over, but then you’d miss a few noteworthy things. Here’s the Jenster’s Condensed version: Adam fathers Seth; Adam has other sons and daughters; Lives to 930. And then he dies. Seth fathers Enosh; Seth has other sons…

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While chapter one is a broad overview of creation, chapter two gives us a bit more detail. The events in Genesis took place several hundred plus years before Moses, the author, was born which means the stories were handed down from generation to generation until Moses recorded it for posterity. You know that game Telephone?…

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