The World’s Shortest Commentary on the Pentateuch

Ok, it’s not really a commentary per se. What follows is a big picture view of the Pentateuch: the first five books of the Bible. While this is not, nor is it intended to be, a comprehensive commentary on the Pentateuch, I submit that if one does not comprehend the essential, “Big Picture” messages of these first five books, one will not grasp God’s revelations in them or the remainder of the Bible for that matter. It’s not all that complicated, really.

Christopher C. Randolph

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Ok, it’s not really a commentary per se. What follows is a big picture view of the Pentateuch: the first five books of the Bible. While this is not, nor is it intended to be, a comprehensive commentary on the Pentateuch, I submit that if one does not comprehend the essential, “Big Picture” messages of these first five books, one will not grasp God’s revelations in them or the remainder of the Bible for that matter. It’s not all that complicated, really.

GENESIS

Genesis tells the story of how everything came into being including humankind and its struggle to survive. It describes God’s relationship with humankind and asserts that God loves us. He is omnipresent and forever accessible to persons of faith. Perhaps He is not accessible as He was in the Garden, He is available nonetheless and is steadfast in His love and commitment to humanity.

EXODUS

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