Noah & Babel

Week 3: Hebrew Bible - Assignments - Reading - Resources - Images


Reading Assignments

Background Reading

You will probably want to read through the Noah-Babel story in each version separately, starting with the modern English version from the World English Bible, and then working your way back to King James (sort of old-fashioned) and then Tyndale (very old-fashioned!). But you can also compare across versions; just right-mouse click on these links to open them up in separate windows so that you can read them side-by-side.

Noah and the Ark: 1 World English Bible King James Version Tyndale
Noah and the Ark: 2 World English Bible King James Version Tyndale
Noah and the Ark: 3 World English Bible King James Version Tyndale
Noah and the Ark: 4 World English Bible King James Version Tyndale
Noan and his Sons World English Bible King James Version Tyndale
Tower of Babel World English Bible King James Version Tyndale

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