The Genesis Plurals

“Bring forward your strong arguments,” says the King of Jacob. “Let them bring forth and declare to us what is going to take place...
That we may consider them...
That we may know that you are gods...
That we may anxiously look about us and fear.”
(Isaiah 41:21-23)

Three times in the book of Genesis (in its Primeval History, chaps. 1—11), God speaks in the first person plural:

Let us make man in our image. (Genesis 1:26)

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Author: Paul Sumner

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Bible reference(s): Genesis 1:26-27, Genesis 3:22

Source: “The Genesis Plurals,” Hebrew Streams.

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