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  1. God created all things good
    Gen 1
  2. The exercise of dominion in human hands
    Gen 1
  3. Divine intentions
    Gen 2
  4. The fall
    Gen 3
  5. Brother's keeper
    Gen 4
  6. The flood
    Gen 7
  7. The Shem, Ham, Japeth incident
    Gen 9
  8. Tower of Babel
    Gen 11
  9. Blessed to be a Blessing
    Gen 12
  10. Separation within families (Abram-Lot)
    Gen13
  11. Hagar and Ishmael
    Gen 16
  12. Circumcision instituted
    Gen 17
  13. Moabite and Ammonite origin
    Gen 19
  14. Patriarch Isaac
    Gen 21
  15. Test of obedience
    Gen 22
  16. Deliberate ethnic separation (Isaac chooses Rebekah for wife)
    Gen 24
  17. Roots of Edom and Israel rivalry
    Gen 25
  18. Non-separation of Esau line
    Gen 26
  19. Deliberate ethnic separation (choice of Jacob's wife)
    Gen 28
  20. Origin of twelve tribes
    Gen 30
  21. The Dinah-Hamor incident
    Gen 34
  22. Patriarchal line continues in Jacob
    Gen 35
  23. Separation within families (Esau-Jacob)
    Gen 36
  24. Joseph's administrative ability, a blessing
    Gen 41
  25. Joseph preserves a remnant
    Gen 45
  26. Geographic separation in Goshen
    Gen 47
  27. Future courses of twelve tribes
    Gen 49
  28. God can use evil for good
    Gen 50
  29. Oppression
    Ex 1
  30. Birth of Moses
    Ex 2
  31. God recognizes his people's burdens
    Ex 3
  32. The excuses of Moses when faxed with a challenge
    Ex 4
  33. The Plagues in Egypt
    Ex 7-11
  34. "Let my people go"
    Ex 8
  35. The fleeting repentance of Pharaoh
    Ex 9
  36. The Passover feast instituted as a constant memorial
    Ex 12
  37. The number in the Exodus
    Ex 12
  38. Feasts as signs and memorials
    Ex 13
  39. Crossing of the Red Sea
    Ex 14
  40. Murmuring against God, not men
    Ex 16
  41. Jethro's advice to Moses to delegate responsibility
    Ex 18
  42. Israel, a kingdom of priests
    Ex 19
  43. Blessing of God has a condition attached
    Ex 19
  44. The Ten Commandments
    Ex 20
  45. The eye-for-an-eye code
    Ex 21
  46. Civil law for nomads
    Ex 21-23
  47. Instructions to build a tabernacle
    Ex 25-27
  48. Inauguration of the priesthood
    Ex 28-29
  49. God equips people for specific tasks (crafts ability)
    Ex 31
  50. The golden calf
    Ex 32
  51. "Who is on the Lord's side?"
    Ex 32
  52. "Make no league with the inhabitants of this land"
    Ex 34
  53. Visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children
    Ex 34
  54. Construction of the tabernacle
    Ex 36-39
  55. God, a constant presence in Israel's midst
    Ex 40
  56. Food allowed and forbidden
    Lev 11
  57. Separation of lepers
    Lev 13
  58. Declaration of cleanliness from leprosy in jurisdiction of priests
    Lev 14
  59. Day of atonement
    Lev 16
  60. Scapegoat for sins and iniquities
    Lev 16
  61. Sacrifices allowed only at tabernacle
    Lev 17
  62. Life in in the blood
    Lev 17
  63. Sabbatical year and year of jubilee
    Lev 25
  64. Intricate organization
    Num 2
  65. Vow of the Nazirites
    Num 6
  66. Aaronic benediction
    Num 6
  67. Ark of Covenant and portable use
    Num 10
  68. Jealousy of Miriam and Aaron
    Num 12
  69. Spies sent to Canaan
    Num 13
  70. Caleb's different spirit
    Num 14
  71. Tassels and ribbons
    Num 15
  72. Korah's rebellion
    Num 16
  73. Rock and water incident
    Num 20
  74. Edom refuses passage to Israel
    Num 20
  75. The bronze serpent
    Num 21
  76. Balaam's blessing
    Num 23
  77. Star out of Jacob
    Num 24
  78. Initial mixing with Midianites
    Num 25
  79. Second numbering
    Num 26
  80. War as an instrument of God's vengeance
    Num 31
  81. The settlements of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh
    Num 32
  82. Promise of land reiterated
    Num 33
  83. Review of events from Horeb to Moab
    Deut 1
  84. Conquest of Sihon and Og
    Deut 2-3
  85. Provisions for families during conquest
    Deut 3
  86. Neither add nor take away from statutes
    Deut 4
  87. Unique moral law makes Israel great
    Deut 4
  88. "What nation has a God so near?"
    Deut 4
  89. "What nation has such righteous statutes?"
    Deut 4
  90. Exhortation against pure nature worship
    Deut 4
  91. Second decalogue
    Deut 5
  92. God not to be tested
    Deut 6
  93. Hebrew creed
    Deut 6
  94. Ethnic separation demanded
    Deut 7
  95. "Man does not live by bread alone"
    Deut 8
  96. As man disciplines his son, so God disciplines
    Deut 8
  97. Beware saying, "My power, my might"
    Deut 8
  98. Not because of your righteousness but because of your wickedness
    Deut 9
  99. What does God require of you?
    Deut 10
  100. Teach children the law
    Deut 11
  101. "Be no ensnared to follow them"
    Deut 12
  102. The law of the tithe
    Deut 14
  103. The poor always with us
    Deut 15
  104. Men give as they are able
    Deut 16
  105. Origin of stoning the disobedient
    Deut 17
  106. Fee cities
    Deut 19
  107. Peace offerings before war
    Deut 20
  108. Laws concerning chasity
    Deut 22
  109. Writing of divorcement
    Deut 24
  110. Freedom for newlyweds
    Deut 24
  111. Provisions for sojourner and widow
    Deut 24
  112. Shall not muzzle the ox
    Deut 25
  113. Blessing of obedience
    Deut 28
  114. Consequences of disobedience
    Deut 28
  115. "Choose Life"
    Deut 30
  116. It is no trifle, it is your life
    Deut 32
  117. Death of Moses
    Deut 34
  118. Story of Rahab
    Josh. 2 and 6
  119. Recircumcision
    Josh. 5
  120. The land is holy
    Josh. 5
  121. Jericho captured
    Josh.6
  122. Molding of disciplines
    Josh. 7
  123. Destruction of Ai
    Josh. 8
  124. Gibeonite plot
    Josh. 9
  125. Southern coalition
    Josh. 10
  126. Northern coalition
    Josh. 11
  127. Conquest not complete
    Josh. 13
  128. Allotment of land
    Josh. 14-19
  129. "Choose this day whom you will serve"
    Josh. 24
  130. They shall become adversaries to you
    Judg. 2
  131. Othniel routs the Mesopotamians
    Judg.3
  132. Ehud routs Moabites
    Judg. 3
  133. Deborah routs Canaanites
    Judg. 4
  134. History in poetic media
    Judg. 5
  135. Gideon routs Midianites
    Judg. 6-7
  136. "The Lord will rule over you"
    Judg. 8
  137. Anti-king reaction in Israel's early history
    Judg. 9
  138. Jephthah routs Ammonites
    Judg.11
  139. Samson routs Philistines
    Judg. 16
  140. "In those days there was no king"
    Judg. 21
  141. Hannah's prayer
    1 Sam 2
  142. Samuel's youth
    1 Sam 3
  143. Overconfidence in the Ark
    1 Sam 4
  144. The cry for a king
    1 Sam 8
  145. Divided opinions over kingship
    1 Sam 8
  146. Saul made king over Israel
    1 Sam 11
  147. King and nation to follow God
    1 Sam 12
  148. No smith in Israel
    1 Sam 13
  149. First annointing of David
    1 Sam 16
  150. Saul's jealousy
    1 Sam 18
  151. David eats holy bread
    1 Sam 21
  152. Death of Saul
    1 Sam 31

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