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WEEKLY STUDY QUESTIONS 5 Abrahamic Covenant Answer thoroughly the following questions based on this module/week’s Reading & Study material: 1. The first eleven chapters of Genesis possess a univ... ersal and cosmic emphasis. (Davis 155) 2. With the introduction of Abraham, Moses begins to particularize redemptive history. (155). 3. How has archaeology verified the historicity of chapters 12–14 in Genesis? – The settlement patterns discovered by Gluech and Transjordan indicate that the events of Genesis 13 occurred somewhere between 2000 and 1900 B.C. Glueck discerned a drastic decrease in the density of occupation between the nineteenth and thirtheenth centuries B.C, and he links this decrease with the destructive campaign mentioned in Genesis 14:10. Furthermore, the names of the four eastern kings mentioned in Genesis 14 appear to fit the approximate period 2100 to 1700 B.C. (159) 4. What are the three possible locations for Ur? – The three possible location for Ur are: Urfa, a city twenty miles northwest of Haran called Edessa by the Greeks. Ura, a town northest of Haran which was under the Hittites’ control. The likely and more generally accepted view is that Ur was located in souther Mesopotamia at Tell al-Muqayyar. This location is160 miles from the Persian Gulf and 220 miles south-southwest from Baghdad. (165) 5. What did it mean for Abraham to leave his father’s house? – It meant that Abraham had to totally abandon all that was significant to him, a resident of Mesopotamia. He’d be leaving a land of large cities that were rich in material goods, but the Lord promised a new inhertance that would include another land. (167) 6. What are the three main things God promises to Abraham? – A new inheritance that would include another land. A future seed, God said that he would bless thee, and make thy name great: and thou salt be a blessing. (167-168) 7. How is the promise in jeopardy in Genesis 12–14? – The promise was in jeopardy when Abraham lied about Sarah. The scripture never views a lie in a favorable light, a..........................................................................................CONTINUED [Show More]

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