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REL 1310 (Jacob)

by: Daizha Gomes

REL 1310 (Jacob) REL 1310

Daizha Gomes
Baylor University

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Notes on the story of Jacob
Christian Scriptures
Dr. Eric Holleyman
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Daizha Gomes on Sunday October 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to REL 1310 at Baylor University taught by Dr. Eric Holleyman in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Christian Scriptures in Religion at Baylor University.

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Date Created: 10/02/16
September 6, 2016 Religion End of Abraham Narrative (23-25)  Death of Sarah – Buried in the Cave of Machpelah  Securing Rebekah for Isaac  Death of Abraham Origins of Israel (12-50)  Patriarchs Carry the Covenant: o Abraham, Isaac, Jacob  Narrative flow o Abraham Isaac Jacob (Israel)  Jacob o Threat(s) o Negotiation o Climatic Moment o End: focus on Israelites (Joseph Story) Jacob Story (25) Gen. 25: Death of Abraham & Birth of Jacob Isaac and pregnant Rebekah Birth: Esau & Jacob Birthright Sold Covenant: Jacob (27)  Intention of Isaac  Deception of Isaac  Blessing of Jacob  Vow of Esau September 6, 2016 Journey of Jacob At Bethel (28) (Jacob’s ladder) Lord’s Promise Jacob’s Response Jacob’s Journey In Haran: Contest with Laban 1 Negotiation – for a wife Marriage to Leah & Rachel Pregnancy contest between Leah & Rachel 2 ndNegotiation – compensation for herding  2 wives: Rachel & Leah + Maids  20 years  11 sons  exceedingly rich + Laban’s household goods Jacob’s Return (32-33) 1. Messengers & messages a. Prayer b. Gifts 2. Terror at the Jabbok a. Jacob becomes Israel 3. Reunion with Esau How should these texts inform the understanding of the Jacob narrative? - Peniel (Face—32:20, 32:30, 33:10) Jacob’s Family: Israel (37)  Joseph & his brothers September 6, 2016 o Emotions: Anger Why? 3 reasons:  Anger turned to action  Joseph sold  Jacob deceived Jacob’s Family: Israel (38-50)  Joseph in Egypt (Potiphar, Prison, Pharaoh)  Surviving the Famine (47) o Jacob and Son’s (Israel) o Plight of the Egyptians: 21 As for the people, he made slaves of them from one end of Egypt to the other.  Deaths (49-50) o Jacob o Joseph


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