A Commentary on the Book of...

One of the greatest masterpieces of Jewish Biblical scholarship directed against the Documentary Hypothesis or so-called Higher Critisism.

FROM ADAM TO NOAH

A Commentary on the Book of Genesis (Part I): from Adam to Noah


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Front MatterTitle PageCopyright PagePART ONE. FROM ADAM TO NOAHTranslator's ForewordKey to the TransliterationContentsPrefaceSection One: The Story of Creation (i 1ii 3)IntroductionIntroductory verse (i 1)First Paragraph: The Story of the First Day (i 25)Second Paragraph: The Story of the Second Day (i 68)Third Paragraph: The Story of the Third Day (i 913)Fourth Paragraph: The Story of the Fourth Day (i 1419)Fifth Paragraph: The Story of the Fifth Day (i 2023)Sixth Paragraph: The Story of the Sixth Day (i 2431)Seventh Paragraph: The Seventh Day; end of the Section (ii 13)Section Two: The Story of the Garden of Eden (ii 4iii 24)IntroductionIntroductory verse, Transition from Previous Section (ii 4)First Paragraph: Creation of Man (ii 57)Second Paragraph: The Planting of the Garden of Eden (ii 814)Third Paragraph: Adam's Task in the Garden of Eden (ii 1517)Fourth Paragraph: Creation of Woman (ii 1825)Fifth Paragraph: Adam's Sin (iii 17)Sixth Paragraph: The Judgment and the Sentence (iii 821)Seventh Paragraph: The Expulsion from the Garden of Eden (iii 2224)Section Three: The Story of Cain and Abel (iv 126)IntroductionFirst Paragraph: The Birth and Occupations of Cain and Abel (iv 12)Second Paragraph: The Story of the Murder (iv 38)Third Paragraph: The Murderer's Sentence (iv 9l6)Fourth Paragraph: The Descendants of Cain (iv 1722)Fifth Paragraph: Lamech's Song (iv 2324)Sixth Paragraph: The Birth of Seth and Enosh (iv 2526)Section Four: The Book of the History of Adam (v 1vi 8)IntroductionRubric of Section (v 1a)First Paragraph: Adam (v 1b5)Second Paragraph: Seth (v 68)Third Paragraph: Enosh (v 911)Fourth Paragraph: Kenan (v 1214)Fifth Paragraph: Mahalalel (v 1517)Sixth Paragraph: Jared (v 1820)Seventh Paragraph: Enoch (v 2124)Eighth Paragraph: Methuselah (v 2527)Ninth Paragraph: Lamech (v 2831)Tenth Paragraph: Noah (v 32)Eleventh Paragraph: The Story of the Sons of God and the Daughters of Men (vi 14) .Twelfth Paragraph: Punishment is decreed on the Generation of the Flood, but Grace is shown to Noah (vi 58)IndexesI. Biblical ReferencesII. Other Literary ReferencesIII. Notabilia
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