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Bible in an Hour Summary The Bible in an Hour by Wade Butler splits the Bible up with four different charts. They all cover different parts of the bible. The first chart depicts the whole Bible from beginning to end. Charts two and three covers the themes of the Old Testament. Chart four covers the New Testament. In chart one, the narrator starts off with talking about the infinity sign. It is very important when talking about the Bible and God. Infinity means that God creates time and all who inhabits time out of infinity. The infinity image is there before the creation of the world. There is also three interlocking circles on the chart. They represent the three symbols of God; the father, the son, and the Holy Spirit. The narrator covers the creation of earth. God created the Heavens and earth and all the living creatures found here. He then created humankind in his image. God put the man in charge of all the creatures. Man got to name all the animals and he was named Adam. Man wanted a companion so God created a partner for Adam and her name was Eve. God told Adam and Eve that they are not to eat the fruit on the tree of knowledge in the garden in Eden. A serpent, who is perceived as the devil, convinced Eve that the fruit will allow them to live forever and be as great as God. Adam and Eve ate from the tree and the world became cursed. Sin was created and plagued the earth. Cain and Abel were the sons of Adam and Eve. They made offerings to God and only Abel’s was acceptable so Cain was jealous and killed Abel. This was the start of a lot of violence and the idea of sin. God wanted to wash the Earth clean and start over. He wanted to rid the earth of sin so he decided to flood the earth. Noah was on God’s good side so he was told by God to create a boat big enough for his family and animals. They were in the boat for forty days and forty nights until God…...

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