אֱלֹהִ֑ים .... בָּרָ֣א ... בְּרֵאשִׁ֖ית
In the beginning ... created ... God
In the Greek text of John 1:1, ('In the beginning' ... 'with God') there is no article with 'beginning' (arche) but there is an article with 'God' (Theos). But, of course, no article on the occasion when 'God' refers to 'Logos'.
What is the situation with the Hebrew in Genesis ? I have pasted what I assume to be the Masoretic text from Biblehub, but the word processor has forced the words, on this page, into English word order, for some reason.
Does 'beginning' in the Hebrew of Genesis 1:1 have an article ?
Does 'God' (Elohim) have an article in the Hebrew of Genesis 1:1 ?
I notice that Robert Young's Literal Translation has :
In the beginning of God's preparing ...
which I assume to be a recognition of the absence of an article to 'beginning', but Green's Literal conforms to the KJV 'In the beginning God created ...'