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Genesis

by Keren De León

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Summary of the Pentateuch
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The first five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers,
and Deuteronomy) form one unified group, which goes by several names.
You’ve likely heard them called:
· The Torah, which comes from the Hebrew word for “law”
· The Pentateuch, which comes from a means “five-book work,” or
“five-fold book”
· The Books of Moses (also “the Book of Moses,” or simply “Moses”),
who’s traditionally credited as the primary source of these books
· The Law of Moses, a blend of the first and third names.
The first five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers,
and Deuteronomy) form one unified group, which goes by several names.
You’ve likely heard them called:
· The Torah, which comes from the Hebrew word for “law”
· The Pentateuch, which comes from a means “five-book work,” or
“five-fold book”
· The Books of Moses (also “the Book of Moses,” or simply “Moses”),
who’s traditionally credited as the primary source of these books
· The Law of Moses, a blend of the first and third names.
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