The Book of Genesis presents the aim, spirit, and content of Genesis. Most literature on the book of Genesis consists of either a detailed commentary or a study of its different sources and components, but this work intends to elucidate the main ideas implicit in the narrative and to describe the salient features of its chief personalities.
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- Preface by the author
- Study of the book of Genesis as the introduction to the Bible
- Review of the different elements composing Genesis
- Title: The Book of Genesis
- Author: Zvi Adar
- Publisher: Magnes Press
- Publication Date: 1990
- Pages: 166
About Zvi Adar
Zvi Adar taught at the School of Education, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and served as its director. He also served as the dean of the faculty of humanities. His main fields of interest were educational theory and biblical study.