Stony the Road We Trod: African American Biblical Interpretation

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Index of Ancient Sources

OLD TESTAMENT—

Genesis
1:26-27, 125
1:31, 32
2:15-19, 115
3:1, 150
4:1-16, 14849
8:20-22, 129
9:1-17, 130
9:18-27, 129–32
9:18-29, 215
9:19, 130
9:20-27, 130
9:24–27, 14748
9:25, 201
9:28-29, 130
10, 13335, 140, 17071, 188
10:1-7, 170
10:1-14, 147
10:6, 132, 204
10:6-7, 171
10:7, 133, 171
10:7-12, 204
10:8, 133
10:8-12, 153, 170 n.22
10:8-19, 170
10:20-23, 170
10:21-31, 134
10:22, 152
10:24-30, 170
10:28, 133, 171
10:31-33, 170
11:30, 193
11:31, 154
12, 188, 205
12:2, 188
12:7, 237
12:10ff., 196
12:10-19, 200
13:14-16, 18889
13:18, 191
14, 151, 154
14:6, 204
15:1-3, 193
15:5b, 178
16, 154, 178
16:1, 191, 201
16:1-3, 191
16:1-6, 188–205
16:1-16, 75
16:3, 190, 194, 196, 201
16:4, 192, 194, 195, 200
16:4-6, 192
16:5, 196
16:6, 195, 200, 201
16:7, 190, 191, 198
16:7-11, 194
16:8, 201
16:9, 190, 200
16:10f., 198
16:11, 200
16:12, 194, 195, 197
16:13, 198
16:13b, 198
16:17-18, 193
17, 154
17:20, 193
18, 199
18:1-15, 193
20:1, 191
20:1-7, 188
21, 154, 178
21:1-6, 193
21:1-21, 75
21:8, 194
21:8-21, 188–205
21:9, 194
21:9-10, 192, 197

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