Genesis, Books 4,5&6
(6:9 through 11:26)
God shares with his last remaining son on earth that a judgement of epic proportions is coming. This revelation produces a structure, and this structure is designed to make room for life.
God fills the structure Noah has built with life and, in the process, makes it holy.
The last days of Old Earth turn out to be traumatic for everyone — the only difference is that, for some, the trauma leads to death, while for others: new life.
The ark comes to rest in the mountains of the north, and begins to spill out the life it contains, filling the wastelands below with life and true worship.
A new earth requires an updated constitution — and a hint at the final creation to come.
God seals the updated constitution with a covenant ceremony, complete with vows and the gift of a sign. But what does it all mean?
A new garden is planted, and with it a renewed hope of rest and comfort. But it turns out that one member of Cain’s civilization has survived the flood…
Without a center, mankind breaks up and scatters. Moses posts an informational video tracing the migration of all the different people groups.
Some people travel eastward, and set up their own city, their own sacred mountain, their own religion, centered around themselves. And it works great! — until God actually shows up.
While Ham’s corrupt city falls apart under God’s judgement, one family is called out of the confusion and set on the road to a new city.