Genesis - Part 3
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Sons of God

On-line Resource Leroy Binney, "An Exegetical Study Of Genesis 6:1-4," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 13.1 (Winter 1970): 43-52.View in PDF format
On-line Resource The 'Sons of God' (Genesis 6:1-4) in the Early Church (Robert I Bradshaw)
On-line Resource F.F. Bruce, "Problem Texts (1): The Striving Spirit," Harvester 46.1 (Jan. 1987): 22. [Gen. 6:3] View in PDF format
Article David J.A. Clines, "The Significance of the 'Sons of God' (Gen. 6,1-4) in the Context of Primeval History (Gen 1-11)," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 13 (1979): 33-46.
On-line Resource Jack Collins, "Discourse Analysis and the Interpretation of Gen. 2:4-7," Westminster Theological Journal 61 (1999) 149-79.View in PDF format
On-line Resource The Sons of God and the Daughters of Men (Genesis 6:1-8) (Bob Deffinbaugh, Th.M.)
On-line Resource Lyle Eslinger, "A Contextual Identification of the bene ha'elohim and the banuth ha'adam in Genesis 6:1-4," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 13 (1979) 65-73.View in PDF format
Article A.J. Greig, "Genesis 6,1-4 the Female and the Fall," Michigan Quarterly Review 26 (1987): 483-96.
On-line Resource Michael S. Heiser, "Deuteronomy 32:8 and the Sons of God," Bibliotheca Sacra 158: 629 (2001): 52-74.View in PDF format
Article R.S. Hendel, "Of Demigods and the Deluge. Toward an Interpretation of Genesis 6.1-4," Journal of Biblical Literature 106 (1987): 13-26.
Article Shanks: Understanding the Dead Sea ScrollsR.S. Hendel, "When the Sons of God Cavorted with the Daughters of Men," in H. Shanks, ed., Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls. A Reader from the Biblical Archaeology Review. London: SPCK, 1992. Pbk. ISBN: 0679744452. pp.167-177. {CBD} {Amazon.com}
On-line Resource J. Hong, "Problems in an Obscure Passage. Notes on Genesis 6.1-4," The Bible Translator 40 (1989): 419-426.
On-line Resource Genesis 6 - Who Were the "Sons of God"? (Bryan T. Huie)
Article Ronald V. Huggins, "Noah and the Giants: A Response to John C. Reeves," Journal of Biblical Literature 114.1 (1995): 103-109.
On-line Resource Meredith G. Kline, "Divine Kingship and Genesis 6:1-4," Westminster Theological Journal 24.2 (1962): 187-204.
On-line Resource Who Were the Sons of God in Genesis 6? (David Livingston, Ph.D)
On-line Resource Robert C. Newman, "The ancient exegesis of Genesis 6:2, 4," Grace Theological Journal 5.1 (Spring 1984): 13-36.View in PDF format [Reproduced Courtesy of the Brethren Digital Archive]
Audio Resource Robert C. Newman, "The Ancient Exegesis of Genesis 6:2,4," Grace Theological Journal 5.1 (1984): 13-36.
Article G.W.E. Nickelsburg, "The Bible Rewritten and Expanded," in Michael E. Stone, ed., Jewish Writings of the Second Temple Period, Compendia rerum iudaicarum ad novum testamentum, 2.2. Assen: Van Gorcum / Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984. ISBN: 0800606035. pp.90-92. {CBD} {Amazon.com}
Article D.L. Peterson, Gen 6.1-4, Yahweh and the Organisation of the Cosmos," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 13 (1979): 47-64.
Article Willem A. Van Gemeren, "The Sons of God in Genesis 6:1-4 (An Example of Evangelical Demythologisation?)," Westminster Theological Journal 43.2 (1981): 320-348.
Article J.C. Vanderkam, "Biblical Interpretation in 1 Enoch and Jubilees," in J.H. Charlesworth & C.A. Evans, eds. The Pseudopigrapha and Early Biblical Interpretation. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1993. pp.96-125.
Article Marc Vervenne, "All They Need is Love: Once More Genesis 6: 1-4," Jon Davies, Graham Harvey & Wilfred G.E. Watson, eds., Words Remembered, Texts Renewed: Essays in Honour of John F.A.Sawyer. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement No. 195. Sheffield: Continuum International Publishing Group - Sheffield Academic Press, 1995. Hbk. ISBN: 1850755426. pp.19-40. {CBD} {Amazon.com
Article Walter H. Wagner, "Interpretations of Genesis 6:1-4 in Second Century Christianity," Journal of Religious History 20.2 (1996): 137-155.
Article L.R. Wickham, "The Sons of God and the Daughters of Men: Gen 6:2 in Early Christian Exegesis," Oudtestamentische studien 19 (1974): 135-47.
Book or monograph E. van Wolde, Words Become Worlds: Semantic Studies of Genesis 1-11. Biblical Interpretation Series 6. Leiden: New York & Köin: Brill, 1994. pp.61-74.

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The Flood

On-line Resource Hebrew and Geologic Analyses of the Chronology and Parallelism of the Flood: Implications for the Interpretation of the Geologic Record (William D. Barrick & Roger Sigler)View in PDF format
On-line Resource James R. Battenfield, "Atra-Hasis: A Survey," Grace Journal 12.2 (Spring 1971): 3-22.View in PDF format [Reproduced Courtesy of the Brethren Digital Archive]
On-line Resource John Seitze Bergsma & Scott Hahn, "Noah's Nakedness and the Curse on Canaan (Genesis 9:20-27)," Journal of Biblical Literature 124.1 (Spring 2005): 25-40.View in PDF format
On-line Resource The Flood (Robert I. Bradshaw)View in PDF format
On-line Resource Irv A. Busenitz, "Introduction to the Biblical Covenants: The Noahic Covenant and The Priestly Covenant," The Master's Seminary Journal 10.2 (Fall 1999): 173-189.View in PDF format
On-line Resource D.J.A. Clines, "The Theology of the Flood Narrative," Faith and Thought 100.2 (1972-3): 128-142.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource Richard M. Davidson, "The Genesis Flood Narrative: crucial issues in the current debate," Andrews University Seminary Studies 42.1 (Spring 2004): 49-77.View in PDF format
Article J.A. Emerton, "An Examination of Some Attempts to Defend the Unity of the Flood Narrative, Part II," Vetus Testamentum 38 (1988): 1-21.
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Daniel Hämmerly-Dupuy, "Some Observations on the Assyro-Babylonian and Sumerian flood stories," Andrews University Seminary Studies 6.1 (Jan. 1968): 1-18.View in PDF format

On-line Resource Gerhard F. Hasel, "The Biblical View of the Extent of the Flood," Origins 2.2 (1975) 77-95.
Book or monograph Heidel: The Gilgamesh Epic and Old TestamentAlexander Heidel, The Gilgamesh Epic and Old Testament Parallels. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1949. ISBN: 0226323986. pp.269. {CBD} {Amazon.com}
On-line Resource Max J. Hunter, "Scriptural constraints on the variation of water level during the Genesis Flood," Journal of Creation 14.2 (August 2000): 91–94.View in PDF format
Book or monograph Carol M. Kaminski, From Noah to Israel: Realization of the Primaeval Blessing After the Flood, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 413. Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 2004. Hbk. ISBN: 0567083586. pp. x + 157. {CBD} {Amazon.com}
On-line Resource Mike Kruger, "Genesis 6–9: does ‘all’ always mean all?" Journal of Creation 10.2 (August 1996): 214–218.View in PDF format
On-line Resource The Flood of Noah and the Flood of Gilgamesh (Frank Lorey)
Article R.W.L. Moberly, "Why Did Noah Send Out a Raven?" Vetus Testamentum 50.3 (2000): 345-356.
On-line Resource P.G. Nelson, Another Look at the Genesis Flood.
Article Donald W. Patten, "The Biblical Flood: A Geographical Perspective," Bibliotheca Sacra 128: 509 (1971): 36-61.
On-line Resource Why Did God Send the Flood? (Austin Robbins)
On-line Resource Mark F. Rooker, "The Genesis flood," Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 5.3 (Fall 2001): 58-74.
On-line Resource George Smith, "The Chaldean Account of the Deluge," Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 2 [1873] 213-34.
On-line Resource Devora Steinmetz, "Vineyard, Farm, and Garden: The Drunkenness of Noah in the Context of Primeval History," Journal of Biblical Literature 113.2 (Summer 1994): 193-207.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource What is "Gopher Wood?" (Paul S. Taylor)
Article E. Tonsing, "The Interpretation of Noah in Early Christian Art and Literature," Dissertation Abstracts 40 (1979-1980): 913.
On-line Resource Genesis and ancient Near Eastern stories of Creation and the Flood: an introduction (David T. Tsumura)
On-line Resource John C. Whitcomb, Jr., "The Supernaturalism of the Flood," Grace Journal 8.1 (Winter 1967): 32-38.View in PDF format [Reproduced Courtesy of the Brethren Digital Archive]

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The Table of Nations

On-line Resource Dale S. De Witt, "The historical background of Genesis 11:1-9 : Babel or Ur?" Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 22.1 (March 1979): 15-26.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Travis R. Freeman, "The Genesis 5 and 11 fluidity question," Journal of Creation 19.2 (August 2005): 83-90.View in PDF format
On-line Resource William Green, "Primeval Chronology," Bibliatheca Sacra 47 (1890) 285-303.View in PDF format
Article P.J. Harland, "Vertical or horizontal: the Sin of Babel," Vetus Testamentum 48.4 (1998): 515-533.
On-line Resource Gerhard F. Hasel, "Genealogies of Gen 5 and 11 and their alleged Babylonian background," Andrews University Seminary Studies 16.2 (Autumn 1978): 361-374.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Genesis 5 and 11: Chronogenealogies in the Biblical History of Beginnings (Gerhard F. Hasel)
On-line Resource Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Book of Genesis. Part 1: The Curse of Canaan," Bibliotheca Sacra 137: 547 (1980): 223-237.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Book of Genesis. Part 1: The Curse of Canaan," Bibliotheca Sacra 137: 547 (1980): 223-237.
Article Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Book of Genesis. Part 2: The Table of Nations in Genesis 10 - Its Structure," Bibliotheca Sacra 137: 548 (1980): 340-350.
Audio Resource Allen P. Ross, "The Table of Nations in Genesis 10 - Its Content: Part 3 Studies in the Book of Genesis," Bibliotheca Sacra 138 (1980) 22-34.
On-line Resource Allen P. Ross, "The Table of Nations in Genesis 10 - Its Content: Part 3 Studies in the Book of Genesis," Bibliotheca Sacra 138 (Jan.-Mar. 1981) 22-34.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Book of Genesis. Part 4: The Dispersion of the Nations in Genesis 11:1-9," Bibliotheca Sacra 138: 550 (April-June 1981): 119-133.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Book of Genesis. Part 4: The Dispersion of the Nations in Genesis 11:1-9," Bibliotheca Sacra 138: 550 (1981): 119-133.
On-line Resource Jonathan Sarfati, "Biblical chronogenealogies," Journal of Creation 17.3 (December 2003): 14–18.

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The Tower of Babel

On-line Resource Craig G. Bartholomew, "Babel and Derrida: Postmodernism, Language and Biblical Interpretation," Tyndale Bulletin 49.2 (1998): 305-328.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Thomas Curtis, "The origin of languages: a synthesis," Journal of Creation 12.3 (December 1998): 314–338.View in PDF format
On-line Resource K.J. Duursma, "The Tower of Babel account affirmed by linguistics," Journal of Creation 16.3 (Dec. 2002); 27–31.View in PDF format
Article Robert R. Laurin, "The Tower of Babel Revisited," Gary A. Tuttle, ed., Biblical and Near Eastern Studies: Essays in Honor of William Sanford LaSor. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1978. Hbk. ISBN: 0802835007. pp.142-145. {Amazon.com}
On-line Resource Kenneth A. Mathews, "The table of nations: the 'also peoples'," Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 5.3 (Fall 2001): 42-56.
On-line Resource John P. Peters, "The site of the Tower of Babel (Gen. xi.1-9)," Journal of Biblical Literature 15 (1896): 106-109.View in PDF format [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource Paul H. Seely, "The Date of the Tower of Babel and Some Theological Implications," Westminster Theological Journal, Vol. 63.1 (2001): 15-38.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Paul H. Seely, "The Date of the Tower of Babel and Some Theological Implications," Westminster Theological Journal, Vol. 63.1 (2001): 15-38.
On-line Resource Is there archaeological evidence of the Tower of Babel? (John H. Walton)
On-line Resource John H. Walton, "The Mesopotamian Background of the Tower of Babel Account and Its Implications," Bulletin for Biblical Research 5 (1995): 155-176.View in PDF format

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The Patriarchs (Articles on Abraham have moved here)

On-line Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt," pt. 1 Bible and Spade 15.1 (2002) 21-23. View in PDF format
Audio Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt," pt. 1 Bible and Spade 15.1 (2002) 21-23.
On-line Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 2 Bible and Spade 15.2 (2002) 35-38.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 2 Bible and Spade 15.2 (2002) 35-38.
On-line Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 3 Bible and Spade 15.4 (2002) 99-101.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 3 Bible and Spade 15.4 (2002) 99-101.
On-line Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 4 Bible and Spade 16.1 (2003) 10-13.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 4 Bible and Spade 16.1 (2003) 10-13.
On-line Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 5 Bible and Spade 16.2 (2003) 58-61.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 5 Bible and Spade 16.2 (2003) 58-61.
On-line Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 6 Bible and Spade 16.3 (2003) 89-91.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Charles Ailing, "Joseph in Egypt" pt. 6 Bible and Spade 16.3 (2003) 89-91.
On-line Resource Defense of the Historicity of the Joseph Story (Charles F. Aling)
Article Carl Armerding, "The Last Words of Jacob: Genesis 49," Bibliotheca Sacra 112: 448 (1955): 320-329.
On-line Resource George A. Barton, "Abraham and archaeology," Journal of Biblical Literature 28.2 (1909): 152-168.View in PDF format [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource Julius A. Bewer, "Eliezer of Damascus," Journal of Biblical Literature 27.2 (1908): 160-162.View in PDF format [This material is in the Public Domain]
On-line Resource Domesticated Camels in the Book of Genesis (Stichting Bijbel)
On-line Resource Essays on the Patriarchal NarrativesJohn J. Bimson, "Archaeological Data and the Dating of the Patriarchs,"Alan R. Millard & D.J. Wiseman, eds. Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives. Leicester: IVP, 1980. Hbk. ISBN: 0851117430. pp.59-92.
Article Islwyn Blythin, "The Patriarchs and the Promise," Scottish Journal of Theology 21 (1968): 56-
Article E. Boase, "Life in the Shadows: The Role and Function of Isaac in Genesis - Synchronic and Diachronic Readings," Vetus Testamentum 51.3 (2001): 312-335. [ Abstract]
Article O. Boehm, "The Binding of Isaac: An Inner-Biblical Polemic on the Question of 'Disobeying' A Manifestly Illegal Order," Vetus Testamentum 52.1 (2002): 1-12. [ Abstract]
On-line Resource The Theology Of The Patriarchs (Robert I Bradshaw)
On-line Resource F.F. Bruce, "Abraham had two Sons: A Study in Pauline Hermeneutics," Huber L. Drumwright, & Curtis Vaughan, eds., New Testament Studies: Essays in Honor of Ray Summers in His Sixty-Fifth Year. Waco, TX: Markham Press Fund, Baylor University Press, 1975. Hbk. pp.71-84.View in PDF format
On-line Resource F.F. Bruce, "Problem Texts (2): Wrestling Jacob," Harvester 46.1 (Feb.. 1987): 9. [Gen. 32:22-32] View in PDF format
On-line Resource George Van Pelt Campbell, "Rushing ahead of God: an exposition of Genesis 16:1-16," Bibliotheca Sacra 163 no 651 (July-Sept. 2006): 276-291.View in PDF format
Article Samuel Cheon, "Filling the Gap in the Story of Lot's Wife (Genesis 19:1-29)," Asia Journal of Theology 15.1 (2001): 14-23.
On-line Resource Timothy J. Cole, "Enoch, a Man Who Walked with God," Bibliotheca Sacra 148 (July-Sept. 1991) 288-97. View in PDF format
On-line Resource Edward M. Curtis, "Structure, style and context as a key to interpreting Jacob's encounter at Peniel," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 30.2 (June 1987): 129-137.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Edward M. Curtis, "Genesis 38: Its Context(s) and Function," Criswell Theological Review 5.2 (1991) 247-57. View in PDF format
On-line Resource John J. Davis, "The Patriarchs· Knowledge of Jehovah," Grace Journal 4.1 (Winter 1963): 29-43.View in PDF format [Reproduced Courtesy of the Brethren Digital Archive]
On-line Resource William D. Dennison, "Bethel: House of God," Kerux 2.3
Article Alexander, T. Desmond. "Lot's Hospitality: A Clue to His Righteousness." Journal of Biblical Literature 104 (1985): 289-291.
On-line Resource Philip R. Drey, "The Role of Hagar in Genesis 16," Andrews University Seminary Studies 40.2 (Autumn 2002): 179-195.View in PDF format
Article Iain M. Duguid, "Hagar the Egyptian: A Note on the Allure of Egypt in the Abraham Cycle," Westminster Theological Journal 56.2 (Fall 1994): 419-421.
On-line Resource Daniel J. Estes, "Looking for Abraham's city," Bibliotheca Sacra 147 (Oct.-Dec. 1990): 399-413. View in PDF format
On-line Resource Joseph A. Fitzmyer, "The Sacrifice of Isaac in Qumran literature," Biblica 83 (2002): 211-229.
On-line Resource Primitive Monotheism (Norman L. Geisler)View in PDF format
On-line Resource Essays on the Patriarchal NarrativesJohn Goldingay, "The Patriarchs in Scripture and History,"Alan R. Millard & D.J. Wiseman, eds. Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives. Leicester: IVP, 1980. Hbk. ISBN: 0851117430. pp.11-42.
On-line Resource Robert P. Gordon, "Preaching from the Patriarchs," Themelios 1.1 (1975): 19-23.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Moshe Greenberg, "Another look at Rachel’s theft of the teraphim," Journal of Biblical Literature 81.3 (Sept. 1962): 239-248.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource R.K. Harrison, "From Adam To Noah: A Reconsideration of the Antediluvian Patriarchs," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 37.2 (June 1994): 161-168.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Joel D. Heck, "Issachar: slave or freeman? (Gen 49:14-15)," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 29.4 (Dec. 1986): 385-396. View in PDF format
Article Ronald S. Hendel, "Finding Historical Memories in the Patriarchal Narratives," Biblical Archaeology Review 21.4 (1995): 52-59, 70-71.
Book or monograph Ronald S. Hendel, Epic of the Patriarch: The Jacob Cycle and the Narrative Traditions of Canaan and Israel. Harvard Semitic Monographs, No. 42. Scholars Press, 1988. Hbk. ISBN: 1555401848. pp.194. {Amazon.com}
On-line Resource James K. Hoffmeier, "The Wives' Tales of Genesis 12, 20 and 26 and the Covenants at Beer-Sheba," Tyndale Bulletin 43.1 (1992): 81-99. View in PDF format
On-line Resource John R. Huddlestun, "Unveiling the Versions: The Tactics of Tamar in Genesis 38:15," Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 3 (2001).
Article Mignon R. Jacobs, "The Conceptual Dynamics of Good and Evil in the Joseph Story: An Exegetical and Hermeneutical Inquiry," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 27.3 (2003): 309-338. [Abstract]
On-line Resource James A. Kelso, "The antiquity of the divine title EL ELYON in Gen. xiv," Journal of Biblical Literature 20.1 (1901): 50-55.View in PDF format [This material is in the Public Domain]
Article Kenneth A. Kitchen, "The Patriarchal Age, Myth or History?" Biblical Archaeology Review 21.2 (1995): 48-57, 88-95.
On-line Resource Meredith G. Kline, "Oath And Ordeal Signs," Westminster Theological Journal 27.2 (1965): 115-139.
On-line Resource Meredith G. Kline, "Oath And Ordeal Signs: Second Article," Westminster Theological Journal 28.1 (1965): 1-37.
On-line Resource Celebrating and Sharing the Gift: Reflections on Jacob, Israel's Ancestor (Ralph W. Klein)
On-line Resource G.H. Lang, "Melchizedek," The Evangelical Quarterly 31.1 (1959): 21-31.View in PDF format [All reasonable efforts have been made to contact the current copyright holder without success. If you hold the rights, please contact me]
On-line Resource Allan A. MacRae, "Abraham and the Stars," Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society 8.3 (Summer 1965): 97-100.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]
On-line Resource J.L. McKenzie, "Jacob's Blessing on Pharaoh: An Interpretation of Genesis 46:31-47:26," Westminster Theological Journal 45 (1983) 386-99.View in PDF format
On-line Resource S. McKenzie, "'You Have Prevailed': The Function of Jacob's Encounter at Peniel in the Jacob Cycle," Restoration Quarterly 23 (1980) 225-31.View in PDF format
Audio Resource S. McKenzie, "'You Have Prevailed': The Function of Jacob's Encounter at Peniel in the Jacob Cycle," Restoration Quarterly 23 (1980) 225-31.
On-line Resource M. McNamara, "Melchizedek: Gen 14, 17-20 in the Targums, in Rabbinic and Early Christian Literature," Biblica 81 (2000): 1-31.
Book or monograph F. Manns, ed., The Sacrifice of Isaac in the Three Monotheistic Religions: Proceedings of a Symposium on the Interpretation of the Scripture Held in Jerusalem Held in Jerusalem, March 16-17, 1995. Studii Biblici Franciscani analecta 41, Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 1995.
Article Troy W. Martin, "The Covenant of Circumcision (Genesis 17:9-14) and the Situational Antitheses in Galatians 3:28," Journal of Biblical Literature 122.1 (Spring 2003): 111-125.
Article Eugene H. Merrill, "Fixed Dates in Patriachal Chronology," Bibliotheca Sacra 137: 547 (1980): 241-248.
On-line Resource Jack Miles, "Jacob's Wrestling Match," Bible Review (Oct. 1998).
On-line Resource Essays on the Patriarchal NarrativesAlan R. Millard, "Methods of Studying the Patriarchal Narratives as Ancient Texts,"Alan R. Millard & D.J. Wiseman, eds. Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives. Leicester: IVP, 1980. Hbk. ISBN: 0851117430. pp.43-58.
On-line Resource Essays on the Patriarchal NarrativesAlan R. Millard & D.J. Wiseman, eds. Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives. Leicester: IVP, 1980. Hbk. ISBN: 0851117430. pp.223. A comprehensive treatment of patriarchal archaeology and detailed refutation of the critical theories of van Seters and Thompson.
On-line Resource G.T. Manley, "The God of Abraham," Tyndale Bulletin 14 (1964): 3-7. View in PDF format
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J. Alec Motyer, "Covenant and Promise," Evangel 1:1 (1983): 2-4.View in PDF format [Reproduced by permission of the current copyright holder]

Article Michael Oblath, "'To Sleep, Perchance to Dream...': What Jacob Saw at Bethel (Genesis 28.10-22)," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 26.1 (2001): 117-126. [Abstract]
On-line Resource Augustine Pagolu, "Patriarchal Religion as Portrayed in Genesis 12-50," Tyndale Bulletin 47.2 (1996): 375-378.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Richard D. Patterson, "The Old Testament Use of an Archetype: The Trickster," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 42.3 (Sept. 1999): 385-394.View in PDF format
On-line Resource John Ronning, "The Naming of Isaac: The Role of the Wife/Sister Episodes in the Redaction of Genesis," Westminster Theological Journal 53.1 (1991): 1-27.View in PDF format
Audio Resource John Ronning, "The Naming of Isaac: The Role of the Wife/Sister Episodes in the Redaction of Genesis," Westminster Theological Journal 53.1 (1991): 1-27.
On-line Resource Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Life of Jacob: Part 1: Jacob's Vision: The Founding of Bethel," Bibliotheca Sacra 142: 567 (1985): 224-234.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Life of Jacob: Part 1: Jacob's Vision: The Founding of Bethel," Bibliotheca Sacra 142: 567 (1985): 224-234.
On-line Resource Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Life of Jacob: Part 2: Jacob at the Jabbok, Israel at Peniel," Bibliotheca Sacra 142: 568 (Oct.-Dec. 1985): 338-354.View in PDF format
Audio Resource Allen P. Ross, "Studies in the Life of Jacob: Part 2: Jacob at the Jabbok, Israel at Peniel," Bibliotheca Sacra 142: 568 (1985): 338-354.
Article Ignacio Márquez Rowe, " 'How Can Someone Sell His Own Fellow To the Egyptians?'" Vetus Testamentum 54.3 (2004): 335-343.
On-line Resource M.E.J. Selman, "The Social Environment of the Patriarchs," Tyndale Bulletin 27 (1976): 114-136.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Martin J. Selman, "Comparative Methods and Patriarchal Narratives," Themelios 3.1 (1977): 9-16.
On-line Resource Essays on the Patriarchal NarrativesMartin J. Selman, "Comparative Customs and the Patriarchal Age,"Alan R. Millard & D.J. Wiseman, eds. Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives. Leicester: IVP, 1980. Hbk. ISBN: 0851117430. pp.93-138.
On-line Resource Jonathan Terino, "A Text Linguistic Study of the Jacob Narrative," Vox Evangelica 18 (1988): 45-62.View in PDF format
Article L. Thunberg, ""Early Christian Interpretation of the Three Angels in Gen 18," Studia Patristica 7 (1966): 560-570.
Article Merrill F. Unger, "The Patriarchs and Contemporary History, Part 1," Bibliotheca Sacra 110: 438 (1953): 121-129.
Article Merrill F. Unger, "The Patriarchs and Contemporary History, Part 2," Bibliotheca Sacra 110: 439 (1953): 227-233.
On-line Resource Howard Wallace, "On Account of Sarai: Gen 12:10–13:1," Australian Biblical Review 44 (1996): 32–41.View in PDF format [Reproduced by kind permission of the copyright holder]
On-line Resource Wilfried Warning, "Terminological Patterns and Genesis 38," Andrews University Seminary Studies 38 (2000) 293-305.View in PDF format
On-line Resource Essays on the Patriarchal NarrativesGordon J. Wenham, "The Religion of the Patriarchs,"Alan R. Millard & D.J. Wiseman, eds. Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives. Leicester: IVP, 1980. Hbk. ISBN: 0851117430. pp.157-188.
Book or monograph Paul R. Williamson, Abraham, Israel and the Nations: The Patriarchal Promise and Its Covenantal Development in Genesis. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement series, 315. Sheffield: Continuum International Publishing Group - Sheffield Academic Press, 2001. Pbk. ISBN: 1841271527. pp.350. {CBD} {Amazon.com}
Article Donald J. Wiseman, "They Lived in Tents," Gary A. Tuttle, ed., Biblical and Near Eastern Studies: Essays in Honor of William Sanford LaSor. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1978. Hbk. ISBN: 0802835007. pp.195-.200.
On-line Resource Essays on the Patriarchal NarrativesDonald J. Wiseman, "Abraham Reassessed,"Alan R. Millard & D.J. Wiseman, eds. Essays on the Patriarchal Narratives. Leicester: IVP, 1980. Hbk. ISBN: 0851117430. pp.139-156.
On-line Resource Edward J. Young, "The Accuracy of Genesis," His 17.6 (March 1957): 23-26.View in PDF format
Article Ronald Youngblood, "The Abrahamic Covenant: Conditional or Unconditional?" Morris Inch & Ronald Youngblood, eds., The Living and Active Word of God. Essays in Honor of Samuel J. Schultz. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1983. Hbk. ISBN: 0931464110. pp.31-46. {Amazon.com}
On-line Resource Charles L. Zimmerman, "The Chronology and Birth of Jacob's Children by Leah and Her Handmaid," Grace Journal 13.1 (Winter 1972): 3-12.View in PDF format [Reproduced Courtesy of the Brethren Digital Archive]

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