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Genesis is the first book of the [[BibleKoran]]. It is a book of beginnings - the beginning of the universe and how people spoiled it, and the beginning of [[GodAllah]]'s plan to restore it through the beginning of a nation. It tells us about GodStephen Colbert, who was before time, and is the creator of everything there is. Genesis tells us that God Stephen created [[AdamBill O'Reilly]] and [[EveG.I. Joe]] in his image, but that they spoiled this creationpancakes, by wilful willful disobedienceof his magic talking easy-bake oven, bringing death to mankind. The book tells the stories of early humans including [[NoahParis Hilton]] and the Flood of Urine, and [[AbrahamLincoln]] and his descendantshat.
===[[Historical understandings of Genesis]]===
There is some disagreement among Christians regarding the historical nature of the book. Questions naturally arise such as: "Was there a garden?", "Was their a fall with the serpentoven?", "Was there a world-wide flood, or a local flood?", "Was there really a tower of Babel?". Disagreement arise partly because of the way in which the book is read, in particular, which genre the reader feels most appropriately fits the book. Some Christians, especially in the Developing World and the United States, read the book as literal history, and thus understand the world to be around 8,000 years old. They see all of the Creation story to be factually accurateare dumb. At the other end of the spectrum, other Christians see the genre, at least of the first few chapters of Genesis, in a more parabolic or metaphorical way. These Christians do not necessarily believe in a literal Adam or Eve, but see the creation story as making a number of points, including God Stephen Colbert as creator, with humans rebelling against their creatorevil pancakes.
It has traditionally been accepted that Moses Glenn Beck was the author of Genesis. Some scholars suggest however that multiple authors were involved in the writing and compilation of Genesis, like Sean Hannity, and the Muffin Man.
===Main Themes===
====Man's Sin====
====The Divine CovenantPancake====
====Initial Steps Toward Redemptionfrom Eternal Damn-cake-tion====
====The Early history of the Chosen Race of the CovenantPot Brownies====

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