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of the series "The
Women in the Bible."
Women of Genesis
this portion of the series we will study all of the women in the book of
Genesis. From Eve, the mother of all living, to Asenath, the heathen wife
of Joseph. In this study we will see the influence of the various women,
for good or for evil, as it is involved in the progressive revelation of the
will of God in the lives and circumstances He allows or brings about not only in the
various heathen nations and peoples, but on through to the calling out of His
Chosen People in Abraham.
The creation and the bringing forth of Eve from the side of
Adam will mark the beginning of this study and, of course, the beginning of the
human race. Then you will study the part they played in the plan of
God in His calling out of a people in Abraham and their eventual migration to
Egypt. Which of course was the prelude to the Children of Israel's
eventual captivity in that country and more stories of women involved in that
process. And then, lastly, the life and influence of Asenath the
wife of Joseph which will mark the terminal point of this first part of the
series on Women in the Bible.
You are required to read the entire book
of Genesis while completing this particular course in the series. You will
be asked in the Final Test if you have completed reading Genesis while completing the
Women of Genesis course. If you do not answer "Yes" then you will not
be able to pass the Final Test.
QUOTED IN THIS STUDY: Student must look up EVERY scripture
referenced in the textbook for this
study in their King James Bible. That includes all of those scriptures
that are partially or wholly quoted in the textbook, including whole chapters
when they are given as a reference. While reading through the entire book
of Genesis, you can combine your lesson chapter reference requirement and your
entire book requirement into one. To accomplish this, you can time
your book of Genesis reading to correspond with the chapter references given in each
lesson. That then will fulfill the chapter reference reading requirement
and that chapter of the entire book reading requirement, both, with just one
reading. When a chapter is referenced in the textbook, read the
chapter, and then the lesson will give specific verse references which you are
to look up and read individually as they are given throughout the study. The reading
of an entire chapter reference does not fulfill the reading requirement for
individual verses or passages in that chapter that are to be read along with
specific sections of the study. Scripture reading
of chapters and individual references as well as a reading of the entire book of
Genesis are requirements for the course.
If you do not read the entire book of Genesis and look up every scripture referenced in the textbook then you will
fail the course.
only one section of the textbook at a time looking up every
scripture referenced in the text, that includes those
scriptures that are partially or wholly quoted, in
your King James Bible unless you are specifically instructed
otherwise for certain references. Then, after meeting
the 1 week per section/lesson attendance requirement, take the test at the end of each
section on or after the 7th day of the week of attendance. You may not
proceed to the next section until you pass the test for the
current section and have looked up the correct answers in
your textbook and/or the King James Bible, whichever is
appropriate, for every question answered incorrectly on the
test. This must be done for every test, pass or fail. Your attendance requirement for the
next section begins the day after you pass the test
for the current section and have carried out the correct
answer lookup procedure for all missed questions on the
If you have not already submitted a Begin Sign In form for this course, click
to go to the sign in form and submit it now.
- Each section/lesson requires a minimum of one week attendance.
You may not go
on to study the next section of the text until the day after you have passed
the test for the current section.
- Minimum attendance for the
entire course, The Women of Genesis, is 15 weeks.
The course is worth 2 credits. You will be eligible to take
the Final Test on or after the 1st day of the 16th week
after your sign in date for the course. You must keep a record
of the date of your Sign In to "Begin" this and
all other courses, including
the date of sign in to "Begin," because you
will be required to enter that date on your Sign In form
when you "Finish" the course. You will also
need it on the
Password Retrieval form which you must submit in order to
receive the Password for the Final Test.
Record Form: Click HERE
to go to a printable page that you will use to record all
necessary information about this course. You will need
the information later. If you use this form then you will
have all of the required information in one place handy for use.
This form will also allow you to keep track of which lesson
tests you have already successfully completed which will serve
to help you keep track of which lesson in the course you are
you read and submit the Testing
Instructions Agreement if you have not
already done so. The
section tests can be taken on or after the 7th day of the
minimum required week of study per lesson/section. If tests are
submitted before that time then they will be disallowed and
you will have to retake them when the lesson attendance
requirements have been met.
ATTENTION: If you fail
a test, you MAY NOT attempt
that test again on the same day. You must restudy that
section in the textbook or the Bible, whichever is appropriate, and find all of the correct answers to the
questions missed and then retake the test no sooner than the
- Final Test:
The Final Test link is at the bottom of the last lesson/section of the textbook.
may now go to the textbook by clicking the link below.
Women of Genesis