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Introduction Wrappers #38

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bryceallison opened this Issue Apr 1, 2019 · 0 comments

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bryceallison commented Apr 1, 2019

Please consider wrapping book introductions in an <introduction> tag to make post processing easier on developers.

<usx version="3.0">
  <book code="GEN" style="id">English: Good News Translation 2nd Ed. 1992</book>
  <para style="usfm">3.0</para>
  <para style="ide">Unicode (UTF8)</para>
  <para style="rem">For any non-Paratext use of this text, permission must be obtained from the copyright holder.</para>
  <para style="rem">CAP Information: checked/corrected 2009</para>
  <para style="h">Genesis</para>
  <para style="toc1">GENESIS</para>
  <para style="toc2">Genesis</para>
  <para style="toc3">Gn</para>
  <para style="mt1">GENESIS</para>
  <introduction>
    <para style="imt">Introduction</para>
    <para style="ip">The name <char style="bk">Genesis</char> means “origin.” The book tells about the creation of the universe, the origin of human beings, the beginning of sin and suffering in the world, and about God's way of dealing with people. Genesis can be divided into two main parts:</para>
    <para style="ip">1) <char style="it">Chapters 1—11</char> The creation of the world and the early history of the human race. Here are the accounts of Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah and the flood, and the Tower of Babylon.</para>
    <para style="ip">2) <char style="it">Chapters 12—50</char> The history of the early ancestors of the Israelites. The first is Abraham, who was notable for his faith and his obedience to God. Then follow the stories of his son Isaac, and grandson Jacob (also called Israel), and of Jacob's twelve sons, the founders of the twelve tribes of Israel. Special attention is given to one of the sons, Joseph, and the events that brought Jacob and his other sons with their families to live in Egypt.</para>
    <para style="ip">While this book tells stories about people, it is first and foremost an account of what God has done. It begins with the affirmation that God created the universe, and it ends with a promise that God will continue to show his concern for his people. Throughout the book the main character is God, who judges and punishes those who do wrong, leads and helps his people, and shapes their history. This ancient book was written to record the story of a people's faith and to help keep that faith alive.</para>
    <para style="iot">Outline of Contents</para>
    <para style="io1">Creation of the universe and of human beings <char style="ior">(1.1–2.25)</char></para>
    <para style="io1">The beginning of sin and suffering <char style="ior">(3.1-24)</char></para>
  <para style="io1">From Adam to Noah <char style="ior">(4.1–5.32)</char></para>
  <para style="io1">Noah and the flood <char style="ior">(6.1–10.32)</char></para>
  <para style="io1">The tower of Babylon <char style="ior">(11.1-9)</char></para>
  <para style="io1">From Shem to Abram <char style="ior">(11.10-32)</char></para>
  <para style="io1">The patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob <char style="ior">(12.1–35.29)</char></para>
  <para style="io1">The descendants of Esau <char style="ior">(36.1-43)</char></para>
  <para style="io1">Joseph and his brothers <char style="ior">(37.1–45.28)</char></para>
  <para style="io1">The Israelites in Egypt <char style="ior">(46.1–50.26)</char></para>
  </introduction>
  <chapter number="1" style="c" sid="GEN 1" />
  <para style="s">The Story of Creation</para>
  <para style="p”>
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