Genesis is the first book of the Old Testament, a narrative starting with creation.

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What are the various evangelical views regarding the agricultural revolution and it's impact on primeval history in Genesis?

According to Genesis 4, both Cain and Abel were agriculturists, however, modern anthropologists and paleontologists hold that human societies had been around for thousands or millions of years prior ...
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Before the fall of man [closed]

What would happen if Adam and Eve did not disobey God?
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How much of Genesis 2 *actually* occurred? [closed]

Building on this question... How much of Genesis 2 actually occurred? And how do historians/biblical scholars know that it occurred?
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How can an omniscient God say that all he created was good and then make changes as though he forgot something? [closed]

When God created all things, he said it was very good (Genesis 1:31). Yet he went ahead and made changes, as though it wasn't good enough. As an example of a change, God decided to create Eve out of ...
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Did God replace Lucifer after the rebellion in Heaven? [closed]

I suppose this depends on whether or not you believe that the War in Heaven is yet to come or not. Assuming it is a past event: Did God replace Lucifer with Michael? If so was a third Arch Angel ...
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Does the Bible speak of Cain's actions [closed]

Seth was the son of Adam and Eve and brother to Cain who killed Able! Was Seth the father of Noah? Was Seth murdered in front of his son Noah by Cain?
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While on Noah's Ark, did the animals remain celibate?

While on Noah's Ark, did the animals remain celibate? If the elephants, rhinos, or giraffes, for instance, did not remain celibate, I'd imagine that things could get pretty hectic and pretty crowded ...