Does anyone know where I can find these bible stories in the bible?

One of my teachers wants us to find and read these bible stories to learn about the allusions they have. I need to know the book (genisis, ax, romans etc.) and the colon thing. Oh there in order of appearance. Any help is great, 10 points to the person who gets the most. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1)The Creation Story

2)Cain and Abel

3)Noah and the Flood

4)Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, and Ishmael

5)Sodom and Gomorrah

6)Jacob and Esau

7)Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors

8)Moses and Exodus (including the Tablets)

9)Joshua and the Jericho

10)Samson

11) Saul, David, and Goliath

12) Solomon

13) Job

14) Daniel and the Lion's Den

15) Jonah

16) John the Baptist

17) Birth of Jesus of Nazarus

18) The Apostles: (a) Simon/Peter (b) Saul/Paul

19) Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes

20) Parable: (a) Good Samaratin (b) Prodigal Son

21) Death of Jesus

22) The Apocalypse and Revelations

Thank you so much again.

Update:

Okay. I own a bible. I looked in it but i am getting confused for example the dont hav a Sodom and Gomorrah subtitle, its in Abraham section. Im not being lazy by asking. This is summer work for an AP class. And I have been looking for the last two weeks.

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  • Debbie
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    1 - Genesis 1 & 2

    2 - Genesis 4

    3 - Genesis 7 & 8

    4 - Genesis 11-28

    5 - Genesis 19

    6 - Genesis 26-28; 33

    7 - Genesis 37

    8 - The Ten Commandments are in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5. The other books featuring Moses are Leviticus and Numbers

    9 - Joshua

    10 - Judges 13-16

    11 - 1 Samuel

    12 - 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 1 Chronicles, Psalms 72, 127, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon

    13 - Job

    14 - Daniel

    15 - Jonah

    16 - All four Gospels

    17 - Gospels of Matthew & Luke

    18 - a) Simon Peter - All four Gospels; Acts; 1 Peter; 2 Peter

    b) Paul - Acts; Romans; 1 & 2 Corinthians; Galatians; Ephesians; Philippians; Colossians; 1 & 2 Thessalonians; 1 & 2 Timothy; Titus; Philemon

    19 - Matthew 14; Mark 6; Luke 9; John 6

    20 - a) Luke 10; b) Luke 15

    21 - Matthew 27; Mark 15; Luke 23; John 19

    22 - The Book of Revelation

    You can also search for the info using Strong's Concordance online at this link:http://www.eliyah.com/lexicon.html

    Source(s): Blue Letter Bible
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  • 1 decade ago

    Hum Allusions is an interesting statement.

    1-7 is in Genesis. Yep I'm gunna make ya read it, but I will tell ya the book.

    8 is primarily at the end of Genesis and then In Exodus

    9 is in the Book of Joshua

    10 is in the Book of Judges

    11 is in the book(S) of Samuel

    12 is in the early part of Chronicles, Song of Soloman, and Ecclesiastes (actually Ecclesiastes is specific to Allusions and misguided perceptions)

    13 is in the book of Job, I would read the first two chapters to get the how and why of it then read from some where around 24 begin at Elihu's discourse and then read till the end.

    14 is in the early parts of Daniel. The biographical information ends around chapter 9.

    15 is the book of Johan

    16 is randomly scattered through the first five books of the new testament but Mark chapters 1-8 extensively cover John the baptist

    17 first parts of Luke and Matthew are the primary places to go.

    18 for the original 12 apostles it's in Matthew chapters 4-10 for Saul/Paul it is Acts chapters 7-9

    19 Luke chapter 9 and Matthew chapter 14

    20 Luke chapter 10 and chapter 15

    21 John chapter 18-19, Luke chapter 22 to the end of the book

    22 the book of revelation, but your gunna need some help understanding it, it's all in poetic and prophetic form

    Source(s): www.biblegateway.com New International Version Old and New Testament When you read any thing read it with an open mind. Don't form the answer before the question.
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  • gatita
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    I believe your instructor wants each student to not only understand the meaning of these biblical accounts but also how to research them. To give you the information would be a grave disservice and you would not learn anything. My suggestion is to use the Bible, if you don't own one go to the library and use theirs. In the end of the book of Revelations, aka the Apocalypse, you will find the concordance which will tell you where the answer to each one of these questions can be found.

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  • 4 years ago

    The man was Job and the story is found in the book of Job in the Old Testament.

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  • 1 decade ago

    1-6 are Genesis. Can't remeber the rest.

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  • Witty
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Short attention span, i have.

    Read the 1st 2 then gave up.

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  • 1 decade ago

    hay you taking about most of the story present in koran.

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