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Fr. Michael Guinan’s award-winning audio lectures are enjoyed by listeners in over 30 countries.

This program includes five short audio courses on each of the vital books that make up the Pentateuch and a short course on the Book of Job. The first five books of the Old Testament are among the most foundational texts ever written. Forming the Torah of Moses, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy was central to the development of Jewish law. These books had a profound influence on the Gospel writers, and they continue to speak to us today.

In this series, renowned Old Testament scholar Fr. Michael D. Guinan, OFM, takes you on a fascinating journey through the Hebrew Bible.

Under Fr. Guinan’s guidance, your spiritual sustenance will be refreshed by each of these essential books. You’ll revisit the lessons of the creation narrative in Genesis, explore your own spiritual journey in Exodus, look at the role of suffering in faith in Job, and much more.

Through this captivating series, you will deepen your understanding of the Bible in your own spiritual life.

This course is part of the Learn25 collection. 

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Cosa pensano gli ascoltatori di The Pentateuch: How to Read and Understand the Bible’s First Five Books & Job

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This is a very basic study of the Pentateuch. If you are well versed and studied in this area this will not add much to your understanding. If you know little to nothing about the Pentateuch this is where you should begin.

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