Who wrote the beginning of the Bible and the words of God during creation?
We do not know the names of those who wrote the Book of Genesis,
but scholars have given the authors names so that, when discussing
the different passages, it will understood which author is
The first creation story, in Genesis 1:1-2:4a (the first sentence of verse 2:4) is attributed to an anonymous author now known as the Priestly Source, or 'P' Source.
The second creation story, in Genesis 2:4b-25 is attributed to
an anonymous author now known as the Yahwist, or 'J' Source. This
source also contributed the stories of the Garden of Eden and of
Cain and Abel, as well as much of the remainder of the Book of
It was Moses who wrote the first five books of the Bible, under divine inspiration.
In English translations "In the beginning" are the first 3 words of Genesis, the first book of the Bible. ANOTHER ANSWER: It appears in two places: In Genesis 1 in the Old Testament, and John 1 in the New Testament. The book of John is to the New Testament what Genesis is to Old. They both start at the same place --at the "beginning" of creation. There can only be one beginning... and these two… Read More
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In the beginning, God created the world.
in the beginning-Genisis 1.1
The Bible is like a letter from the Creator, to his creation on earth. It is God's words, put down in written form; and a permanent document for mankind.
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Christ, Christian, Church, Corinthians, Colossians, creation to name a few.
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In this case it all depends what you mean by 'creation'. The Latin word 'initio' would mean beginning. But, it would all depend on the subject of your conversation. In other words - create what.
The words "in the beginning" are in the King James Version of the Bible 17 times. They are in 17 verses.
The Word of God, The Truth The Bible is not the word of God. It is the words of men. In the beginning the word WAS God. This is a common but very misunderstood mistake.
One reason that a Catholic might find the Bible hard to understand is that they are not reading it with the mind of the Church. Another reason might be that they don't understand that it is literal and NOT literalistic. In other words, take the Creation story in the beginning of Genesis (the first creation story). It is literally true: God created EVERYTHING out of nothing. A literalistic interpretation would be that He created it… Read More
(Genesis 1:1) In [the] beginning ... God created the heavens and the earth.
In Bishop Desmond Tutu's words: "In the beginning we had the land and they had the Bible. Then they said: "let us pray together". When we opened our eyes again, they had the land and we had the Bible".
" In the beginning .... " (Book of Genesis) The original language (not English of course) of the first verse could be translated 'In (a) beginning filled God the heavens and the earth."
It says in the Bible that the eyes of God go to and fro upon the Earth. In other words he is looking on the earth and seeing how His Creation is doing.
If you want to translate the English phrase 'from the beginning,' it's mehahat'chalÃ¡ (×ž×”×”×ª×—×œ×”) If you are trying to translate the first word of the Bible, it's bereshÃt (×‘×¨××©×™×ª), which literally means "upon beginning"
The word happy is not found in the Bible. During the time of the Bible, the word happy was not used. Glad, joy, and words of that nature were used instead of happy.
The opening words of Genesis tell us: "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." (Genesis 1:1) Do these words of Genesis say that this happened about ten thousand years ago? No, it gives no time period. "The beginning" could therefore have been billions of years ago. However, right at "the beginning," the Bible puts an intelligent being, the Creator, in control of the creative work. Although many scientists are uncomfortable with this… Read More
TO THE congregation at Colossae, Asia Minor, the apostle Paul wrote concerning Jesus Christ, according to the Common Bible: "He is the image of the invisible God, the first-born of all creation; for in him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or authorities-all things were created through him and for him. He is before all things, and in him all things hold together."-Col… Read More
The first words in the book of Genesis chapter 1 verse 1 says In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
The King James Version of the Bible opens with Genesis 1:1 saying, "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. " This is the traditional English language translation. But as long ago as the eleventh century CE, the influential Jewish scholar, Rashi, said that Genesis 1:1 should be read, "When God began to create" or "In the beginning of God's creation ". E.A. Speiser, in Genesis (the Anchor Bible series), goes further and… Read More
both struct and unit are objects just like in any other OOP. the difference is in the time of creation of the object. while struct can be created and recreated at any time during the run (just like doing x=new(); in other OOP languages), units are created only at the beginning, and are static, meaning that they cannot be deallocated during run-time. however, their fields can still be changed. in other words, all the units… Read More
Words created nuclear weapons, the most powerful weapon created by man. Words can create loving feelings or break a heart. The Bible says, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God."
so we could know what he said and so we would know god's word. for christians, that very true, for people who aren't christians, JUST BELIEVE! You'll regret it someday. Answer: The Bible points to a future time of Judgment, in which all men shall, each in their turn, come to trial and give account of their life's works. And it shall be the books of the Bible that shall be opened... and the words… Read More
The Bible is the Word of God. It was inspired by God. This is the perception held by many, but it is written in Scripture that the Word, who was in the beginning, was made flesh and was called Jesus. Jesus never referred to Scripture as the Word of God, but rather the words of God, or Scripture.
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cursing is not in the bible. MOSES wrote the bible. he doesn't use curse words. god and jesus are a bible. they are truth. not sinners.
In the King James Version: " In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth." Most English translations follow suit. But as long ago as the eleventh century CE, the influential Jewish scholar, Rashi, said that Genesis should really be read, "When God began to create" or "In the beginning of God's creation." Robert Alter (Genesis Translation and Commentary) translates the first sentence, more correctly, as "When God began to create heaven and earth… Read More
His story is in the gospels, the first four books of the Bible, and also everywhere else, as he showed the two disciples on the Emmaus road, (Luke 24.27). The whole Bible is Jesus Christ's words, as the Bible itself says in John 1.1 & 14 - In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and… Read More
Plants are part of creation. Creation cannot be and is not an invention. There are 3 words that have completely different meanings: created (creation); invented (invention); and discover (discovery).
Jesus didn't get the bible. He is the Bible He thought people by Himself He made up the words that are in the Bible.
No the Bible does NOT say wich words are cuss words!
A bible literalist is a person who interprets the words of the Bible in a literal context.
There is no mention, in either creation account in Genesis, of the earth being created, although many English translations of the Bible tend to imply creation ex nihilo. In the usual English translation of Genesis chapter 1, verse 2 is ambiguous - was the earth without form and did darkness move on the face of the deep before the start of creation, or after? Did God create everything, or was the earth already there? As… Read More
It means that God is the creator of the universe, including us. Therefore, the world, and our lives, are purposeful and we are responsible to Him. Note: 1) According to tradition, there is only one Genesis creation-narrative, with ch.2 serving as an expansion of the brevity of ch.1, not a separate set of events (Rashi commentary, Gen.2:8).2) Jewish tradition is that God created the universe out of nothing (Exodus 20:11, Isaiah 40:28; Rashi commentary to… Read More
The 5 books of the Jewish bible are: # Genesis (בראשית, Bereshit: "In the beginning...") # Exodus (שמות, Shemot: "Names") # Leviticus (ויקרא, Vayyiqra: "And he called...") # Numbers (במדבר, Bamidbar: "In the desert...") # Deuteronomy (דברים, Devarim: "Words") For more details see http://www.answers.com/topic/torah
All of the "Ten Commandments" are written together in the Bible, and that happens twice, in two different places. -- Exodus, Chapter 20, beginning at Verse 2. -- Deuteronomy, Chapter 5, beginning at Verse 6. NOTE: If your Bible has the same texts in both places, get yourself a better translation. The two statements of the Ten Commandments are NOT identical. For example, each appearance of the Eighth Commandment is stated with five Hebrew words… Read More
There are 774,746 words (or thereabouts) in the Holy Bible.
There are many reasons for this, one of them would be that in the beginning when God created all the things he said things like "let there be light ", so he spoke, and things came into existence. Other parts of the Bible refer to God as actually being the word itself "in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with… Read More
Yes When he was sworn in as president, the Chief Justice misspoke some of the words of the oath. The Chief Justice went to the White House the next day and they repeated the Oath correctly. There was no Bible present during that second swearing-in.
Because the Bible is the story of Emmanuel, which means "God with us." From the creation to the return of Christ, the Bible tells the story of God with His people, leading them, correcting them, encouraging them, punishing them, loving them. I have heard it said that the Bible is "God's love letter to the church." The Bible tells me how, from the very beginning, God prepared the world for Jesus, how Jesus showed us… Read More
well because the bible is where they get there words and there behavior. that why the bible is so important.