1. From Latin; literally, beginning.
2. The first book of the Bible, supplying the earliest history of creation available to man.
3. Scientific term for the origin of a subject.
4. A progressive rock band starring first Peter Gabriel, and later, Phil Collins.
5. In Star Trek III:
a. An experimental device that became the bone of contention between William Shatner and Christopher Lloyd.
b. A short-lived planet named after the Genesis device.
6. A game console from Sega.
1. I started at the beginning, with the Genesis of the word Genesis.
2. You can tell that Moses compiled Genesis from a number of sources because he repeatedly started from the beginning, and retold the first 7 days in the next telling as taking place in one day, because the word day is a metaphor.
3. In reality, the Genesis of a planet requires billions of years rather than a week of literal days, as in myth, or protomatter, as in Star Trek III.
4. Whether Genesis was better with Peter or with Phil is still hotly debated. (I prefer Phil, but that's just my personal taste.)
5. a. "Give me Genesis!"
5. b. "Genesis?!? Genesis planet is forbidden!"
6. Sega Genesis.
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