The Old Testament
Genesis the first book is made up of 10 stories that describe the beginnings of mankind. The book describes in its stories and origins of the “Heavens and Earth” and explains specific people and families that have a significant dealing in Gods communication with humans. There are curtain themes in Genesis that differ from each other greatly. Such as Genesis 2 that speaks about the creation of woman and their roles in life, Genesis 6 that is about the Sons of God and Genesis 9 that explains the story the curse of Ham. Abraham is also a theme, and God as a punisher of evil.
Exodus had three major themes that were about …show more content…
Leviticus has a good emphasis on getting it right with regard to worship, for not just the people but priests and many in high places. While numbers focused on preparation for military action of the Promised Land, it still did show God’s leadership of his people and keeping on with Moses’ leadership through laws set for him. Then of course Deuteronomy set in the final weeks east of the Jordan is set up for the covenant for a new generation of people just before the military conquest. Deuteronomy uses the name Yahwah the God of Israel quite often highlighting the uniqueness of God. Yahwah wanted his people to reflect his character and blessings of obedience and dangers of