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Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.19
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.19

Review of creation of "woman." Happens unlike anything else happened. Genesis 2: 21-23. Relation to man. Very unique. No details of how she was made, but mad...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:23
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:23

Illustrating "dry land," gathered from gathered waters. Identifying the dry land, with spacial coordinates, relative to all else. Matter is a gathering, not ...

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.10
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.10

Genesis 3: 6.7 Results of trespass. Analysis. Change of reality. Two meanings now for "see." Literal, and some new kind, some second kind. New use of the sam...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.33
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.33

Genesis 1:22, review. "Be fruitful." Observations about animal life, aquatic, aviary, land. Philosophy of "reproduction." Multiplication visa vi division. De...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:26
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:26

Genesis 1:9-13, end of the Third "Day." (No sun, yet, only "Light.") Review also of verses 1-5, 6-8, etc. Apparently, all that is matter was contained in the...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:27
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:27

Continuation of Creation story beginning at Genesis 1:14, (with some review).

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.30
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.30

Genesis 3, the ending. Death, work (pain), from the curse on the ground. Is it the best that can be arranged for man? Is it "good" for man, given his nature ...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.2
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.2

This is the second lesson in the first series of Dr.Yeagley's Shiurim Torah, on Genesis 1. These first shiurim are on Genesis 1: 1-5. Dr. Yeagley examines th...

Yeagley:  Shiurim Torah, 1:17
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:17

Genesis 1:6, the creation of Heaven. (Review of Gen. 1:1-5 completed, basically.) Now we proceed to the further development of "mayim" (water). No shape, no ...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.2
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.2

Genesis 2, continued. Review of "shabbat" (seventh day). Gen. 2:4. New name: "Lord God." Significance.

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.39
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.39

Review of man. Plurality. Eating as a philosophical phenomenon, a component of life. Digestion. Change of one life form into another. Plant life becomes man.

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.27
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.27

More on death for clothing. (Genesis 3:21). The death of morally innocent animals for the sake of clothing for man. And moving on, to the change of God's rel...

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.23
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.23

Examination of changes in man relationship to the earth, etc. (Genesis 3:17).

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.28
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.28

What is the knowledge of good and evil? An inquiry, relative to Genesis 3.22. Serpent says man must know evil to be divine, to be like God. A brief examinati...

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.21
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.21

Continuing analysis of "enmity" between Serpent and Woman, and their offspring. And the matter of agony in childbirth. (Genesis 3:15,16).

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.25
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.25

More about Eve, "the mother of all living." Genesis 3:20. A name of blessing, or celebration of hope, of future life.

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.9
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.9

These are background remarks and summary remarks about the first seven shiurim on Genesis 1:1-5. These are simple assessments of the treatment of the teachin...

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.22
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.22

Consequences for Adam. Genesis 3:17. Specific identification of contradiction, and specific consequences. Note: "curse" references the Serpent and the ground...

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Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.13
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.13

Consequences of the Fall, Genesis 3:7. Thoughts about God, Adam, Eve, and the Serpent. Identification of mystery, unanswered questions, as opposed to presump...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.7
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.7

Gen. 2:7 Terms of man, continued. "man become a living soul." A soul, in Hebrew, is "nephesh," meaning, a breathing creature. God did not breath into adam (m...

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.11
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.11

Genesis 3:6,7, summary. Issue of death: desirable, undesirable? Serpent said death was desirable. Did Eve and Adam choose death? The Hebrew scripture teachin...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.43
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.43

Holy time. What does the concept mean--to man? How long is a day? What is a day? "Signs, seasons, days, years," designated by "lights" in the heavens. How do...

Yeagley:  Shiurim Torah, 1.7
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.7

The final exposition in the first series of shiurim on Genesis 1: 1-5. The first "names" given by God to elements of creation: Day and Night. Proper nouns, t...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.3
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.3

Dr. Yeagley continues the exposition of Genesis 1. The analysis is essentially improvisatory.

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.36
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.36

Genesis 1:26, man and the dominion given him by God. Why the need for "dominion"? Why did creation need a ruler? Verse 27: man = male and female. Plurality i...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.9
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.9

Genesis 2:8 The garden. Place, direction, demographic and geographical suggestions. Specificity. New names. Details of garden: fruit-bearing trees. Two speci...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:29
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:29

Gensis 1:16. Continued: creation of the new lights in the firmament. A different kind of light than that which was created on the first Day. "Sub-lights." Sp...

Yeagley:  Shiurim Torah, 1:24
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:24

More detail on the water/land relationship. Problem is lack of shape description in the narrative. Planes of reality. Planes of entity. Suddenly, Gen. 1:11, ...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.34
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.34

The 6th Day, Genesis 1:24, f. Earth life (zoological). (Commentary on fowl, also.) Then 1:26, beginning. New insight about "God."

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.11
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.11

Mystery of the Four Rivers, the geographical identity, the names, the apparent anachronism and its explanation.

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.38
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.38

After creation of man (mail & female), and man's commission of dominance. Now considering diet, for both man and land animal: fruit and herb for man, herb fo...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:12
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:12

Continued commentary and summary of Genesis 1:1-5. Observations about the architecture of the narrative, etc.

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:13
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1:13

More analysis of the Creation narrative and concepts introduced in Genesis 1:5.

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.16
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.16

Reactions to Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Psychological assessments. Moral freedom; possibility of doing wrong existed before the Tree of Knowledge. A...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.31
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.31

Zoological life forms. Gen. 1: 20, the Fifth Day. Emphasis on chronology.

Yeagley:  Shiurim Torah, 2.12
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.12

More of rivers, Eden; introducing concept of direction; occupation created for man; creation of "woman."

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.13
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.13

Genesis 2:16. For the first time, God speaks to man. It is a seemingly strange and unexpected encounter. (This is after God has created a special place for m...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.4
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.4

God's new name, continued. More on sabbath. Genesis 2:5, continued. Botanical life, water works. "Rain," new concept.

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.41
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.41

The Seventh Day. Gen. 2:1. About the the completion. Ideology of completion, as a concept. What marks such a point? Cessation of creation. New terms: "blesse...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.8
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.8

Issue of the "soul." (Genesis 2:7). Historical concept v. original, unique Hebrew concept. Mystery of "life," the exclusive source of life. Continuity of lif...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.35
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 1.35

About God. Genesis 1:26. God, "us," "our image," etc. Relationship of creation narrative and God-hood. At this point, God is to create an entity like Himself...

Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.3
Yeagley: Shiurim Torah, 2.3

New name, "Lord God," continued. Significance of Hebrew, and narrative position of new name. (Reference to Dr. Hertz' "Pentateuch and Haftorahs." ) Self-Exis...

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.19
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.19

Genesis 3:14. Finger on the Serpent. All about the Serpent. A mystery of the story. Identity, involvement, effect.

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.7
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.7

Gen. 1:4. More analysis of the serpent's lie, and his explanation for God's restriction. How did Eve become deceived? What happened to her thoughts? Implicat...

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.6
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.6

The serpent's lie: five words. "Ye shall not surely die." Genesis 1:4. The serpent exposed as alien, anti-Creator, contrary, etc. Yet, the serpent was create...

Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.9
Yeagley, Shiurim Torah, 3.9

Eve ate of the forbidden fruit. (Genesis 3:6.) Question about the tree(s) in the midst of the garden. Identifying the contradiction, the serpent, and his wor...

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