Deurotonomy

Topics: Bible, Torah, Book of Genesis Pages: 2 (385 words) Published: December 3, 2013

The Book of Genesis
Comes from: The Bible
Author: Various Settlers
The Jews call the Bible Tanakh and the Christians call it the Old Testament The writings of the Bible were gathered together and changed around 1000 b.c.e to possibly late second century b.c.e but the final version was done after 100 c.e The story was written in a Theological point of view

The beginning of the Bible is called Genesis which includes Moses who is known to be the most looked ad figures in the Bible Authors changed Genesis over the span from before 900 to after 721 b.c.e 1. YHWH destroys everyone except Noah and his family because he says that Noah is ‘Righteous in this generation’ and he was blameless. Noah also walked with God. The stories relate because one person is warned about something in each story. 2. The covenant that Noah and God made was that the earth wouldn’t flood again. The gods of Mesopotamia and the Israelites is that they both put a blessing on someone to survive. When Utnapishtim goes to the afterlife he goes to a paradise-type area. 3. The story seems to be crafted in a way where we should keep all the animals and all living things alive. 4.By putting the curse on Canaan, Ham would have to go through the torture of watching his son suffer from the curse. 5. The curse on Canaan suggested how slavery was normal in this time and still existed.

The Book of Deuteronomy
Comes from: The Bible
Author: Various Settlers
1.The covenant is that YHWH wants everyone to be his follower and follow his rules. If people follow his rules, they are rewarded. 2. There is nothing in this article that states information about rewards after death. I feel like this took place in the present time mostly so there was no talk about rewards for the afterlife. 4. The Commandments and Hammurabis Law both tell people how they should act. Hammurabis Law however gives you a punishment as to what would happen if you broke that rule whereas the Commandments just tell you not to do those...
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