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How the Bible Begins

A Sociological Study

by John R. Heapes

Imprint: Resource Publications

202 Pages, 5.50 x 8.50 x 0.40 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781725296909
  • Published: May 2021

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  • 9781725296893
  • Published: May 2021

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  • 9781725296916
  • Published: May 2021

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How the Bible Begins: A Sociological Study uses a Dramaturgical Approach, borrowed from Erving Goffman. This theatrical metaphor has readers imagining society like a play in five acts: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. The curtain goes up in Genesis to an empty, dark stage that, shortly afterwards, has its first performers appear--Adam, and then Eve. The foundation of this book rests on six fundamental questions which are answered within its pages: who, what, when, where, why, and how. Readers learn how many people populate each biblical book, each book's theme, when events took place, where action happened, what each book's purpose was, and how each book was composed. These books chronicled the passage of travelers who first departed Mesopotamia in search of the promised land, and later they left Egypt after four hundred years of slavery. Guided by God, these people formed a nation out of these epic journeys.
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