The Greatest Story Never Told - Oral Tradition and The Development of Messages In The Book Of Genesis

Author: Vincent Krivda


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The Torah is the first five books of the Hebrew and Christian Bible. Torah means to teach. What does the Torah teach? How does the Torah teach? Scholars agree the Bible evolved from an oral tradition to its written form. This book examines the messages of the Book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, based on what those messages would have sounded like to an audience in the original oral tradition.

The episodes of Creation and the 21 separate stories of the iconic figure of Abraham are recast under the microscope of the prevailing Near Eastern context of their birth. The reader is invited to experience the vivid world of antiquity and for the first time hear The Greatest Story Never Told.

Vincent M Krivda is the Executive Director of Education Directions. With over 35 years of experience writing and negotiating contracts, Vincent now serves as an adjunct professor in the disciplines of ancient religions and business/finance. Vincent is a 1984 graduate of Lee University and has completed graduate degrees at American Graduate University (Master of Contract Management, 2008) and Liberty University (Master of Arts Theological Studies, 2012). Vincent currently teaches at Oakstone Academy in Westerville Ohio as an adjunct of Ohio Christian University. Vincent resides in Pickerington, Ohio with the beautiful wife of his dreams, Coty. Vincent & Coty have three grandchildren, Lucy, Reagan, and McKinley.

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Black & White

Pages: 260 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Education

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