The Bible in Africa: Transactions, Trajectories, and Trends

By Gerald O. West; Musa W. Dube | Go to book overview

INDEX OF BIBLICAL REFERENCES

Old Testament

Genesis
1–11 60, 70, 251, 256, 258, 581
1:1–10 6, 384, 386, 398
1:2 390
1:26 376
2 333, 575
2–3 575
2:8–14 143–158
2:10–14 145–158, 575, 580
2:13 575
3:20 27, 376
4 248, 249, 255, 256
4:1–16 297
4:1–26 252
4:17 251
4:20 251
4:22 251
4:25 252
4:26 252
6–7 364
7:1–4 400
9:18–27 15, 28
9:25–26 257, 258
10 16, 26, 67, 578, 580
10:1–14 15
10:6 578
10:6, 7, 8 575
10:7 578
10:14 578
10:21 251
12 475, 590
12:1–3 391
12:6 475
12:10–20 475
12:10 573
13:10 573
15:1 483
17 462
22 412
26:2 573
26:28–29 486
31:42 483
33:4 307
35:14 282
37–50 39
41:41–57 573
46:3 483
49:24 483
50:17 484

Exodus
1–11 572
1–15 98, 102
1:5–7 573
2:21–22 576
3 484
3:4–7 241
3:7 169
3:7–12 81
3:12 391
3:16 485
3:18 485
8:1 169
10 139–158
12–14 572
13:3 572
13:9 286
14 364
14:11 364
15:26 298, 330
16:2 573
17:2–7 364
19–20 616
20 194, 243, 412
20:2–5a 302
20:2 572
20:3 282, 306
20:5 308
20:22–23:33 492
21:1–11 194
21:2–11,
20–21, 26–27, 32 493
22:21–27 495
22:22–24 494
22:25 493, 494
22:26–27 495

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