Gilbert House Fellowship #5 – Genesis 10-11

Tower of Eridu

Artist’s depiction of the “Tower of Babel” – the temple of Enki at Eridu

WE CONTINUE our study of the Book of Genesis, picking up in chapter 10, the Table of Nations, and continue through the Tower of Babel episode and down the generations to the beginning of the story of Abraham.

Key questions: Who was Nimrod, and what was so important about the Tower of Babel that Yahweh was compelled to personally intervene?

Some study resources:

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Please note: This week, we are changing the fellowship from a live video stream to a live webcast via BlogTalkRadio. BTR’s chat room is easier to use than Google’s, and we hope this will make it easier to engage in real time virtual discussion of the text.

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2 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #5 – Genesis 10-11

  1. alexa barnard

    The one thing I always wondered about is the fact that Noah had no children after the event of ham. Where his sons did, makes you wonder

    • Hi, Alexa: The answer is in Genesis 7:7: And Noah and his sons and his wife and his sons’ wives with him went into the ark to escape the waters of the flood.

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