Italian language series: Genesi 3:15-24, la caduta dell’uomo

This post concludes your study of chapter 3 of the book of Genesis in Italian, version Diodati 1821, with verses 15-24. I have translated the verses rather literally into English to help you grasp the sense of the Italian text. When you have finished working through this post, I encourage you to reread the chapter to appreciate your new understanding of the text in Italian. … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 3:15-24, la caduta dell’uomo

Italian language series: Genesi 3:9-14, la caduta dell’uomo

This post continues your study of the Italian language used in chapter 3 of the book of Genesis, or il libro della Genesi; you will now examine verses 9-14, where God asks Adam how he came to know that he was naked, and whether or not he ate from the tree whose fruit had been forbidden to him and his woman. Your study uses the … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 3:9-14, la caduta dell’uomo

Italian language series: Genesi 3:1-8, la caduta dell’uomo

This post begins your study of the first eight verses of chapter 3 of the book of Genesis, or il libro della Genesi, in Italian. In these verses, the snake speaks to the woman, who then eats of the forbidden fruit and gives of it to her husband. Your study uses the Diodati 1821 version of the Bible in Italian. You will find a link … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 3:1-8, la caduta dell’uomo

Italian language series: Genesi 2:21-25, il giardino dell’Eden

This post concludes your study of chapter 2 of the book of Genesis in Italian, version Diodati 1821, with verses 21-25. In these final verses, God creates woman from Adam’s rib. I have translated the verses rather literally into English to help you grasp the sense of the Italian text. When you have finished working through this post, I encourage you to reread the chapter … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 2:21-25, il giardino dell’Eden

Italian language series: Genesi 2:18-20, il giardino dell’Eden

In this post, you will examine the Italian used in verses 18-20 of chapter 2 of the book of Genesis, version Diodati 1821. In these verses, Adam names the living creatures, but he is still alone. I have translated the verses rather literally into English to help you grasp the sense of the Italian text. Verses 18-20 read as follows: 18Il Signore Iddio disse ancora: E … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 2:18-20, il giardino dell’Eden

Italian language series: Genesi 2:15-17, il giardino dell’Eden

You now continue your study of chapter 2 of the book of Genesis in Italian, version Diodati 1821, with verses 15-17, where God commands the man he has formed to not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, or l’albero della conoscenza del bene e del male. I have translated the verses rather literally into English to help you grasp the … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 2:15-17, il giardino dell’Eden

Italian language series: Genesi 2:8-14, il giardino dell’Eden

In verses 8-14 from chapter 2 of the book of Genesis in Italian, version Diodati 1821, you learn the names of the four rivers that branch out from one single river in the garden of Eden, or il giardino dell’Eden. I have translated the verses rather literally into English to help you grasp the sense of the Italian text. Verses 8-14 read as follows: 8Or il … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 2:8-14, il giardino dell’Eden

Italian language series: Genesi 2:1-7, il settimo giorno

This post begins your study of chapter 2 of the book of Genesis in Italian, version Diodati 1821. I invite you to read through the entire chapter in Italian before beginning; you will find a link in the index where you can read it online. I have translated the verses rather literally into English to help you grasp the sense of the Italian text. Verses 1-7 … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 2:1-7, il settimo giorno

Italian language series: Genesi 1:27-31, nel principio

In this post, you will examine verses 27-31 from chapter 1 of the book of Genesis in Italian, version Diodati 1821, which complete the sixth day of creation: il sesto giorno, as well as the first chapter. After you have worked through this post, I invite you to reread the first chapter of the book of Genesis to appreciate your new understanding of the text in Italian. … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 1:27-31, nel principio

Italian language series: Genesi 1:24-26, nel principio

You now continue your study of the Italian used in chapter 1 of the book of Genesis, version Diodati 1821, with verses 24-26, which lead into the sixth day of creation: il sesto giorno. I have translated the verses rather literally into English to help you grasp the sense of the Italian text. Verses 24-26 read as follows: 24Poi Iddio disse: Produca la terra animali viventi, … Continue reading Italian language series: Genesi 1:24-26, nel principio