In the life of Abraham, we see God's choosing and the further unfolding of His redemptive plan.We learn more about God's character and His relationship with us in Abraham's example.Their struggle continues the story of God's choice.
The life of Joseph is a study on handling extreme situations.
What would you be like if you were the ruler of the world? Joseph had to deal with a life of ups and downs, and his God taught him how to handle them all.
Their lives become an integral part of the scarlet thread of redemption that God weaves through all of Scripture and the source of comfort for us.
But two nations arise from Isaac, descendants of Jacob and Esau.
See God's plan for marriage, His relationship with His people, His judgment of the wicked, and His salvation of the righteous.
(Not dependent on Genesis Part 1.) 10 weeks, 10 lessons Learn principles and truths from the life of Abraham that will challenge you in your walk, and give you hope in your future.
Having some insight into when the Pentateuch was written has helped readers today understand something of why it was written.
That why question is important when the discussion turns to the relationship between Genesis and modern science—be it cosmology, geology, or biology.
Understanding something of why we have a Bible at all will help Christian readers today think more theologically about how best to engage Genesis as God’s Word when the topic turns to the compatibility of Genesis and evolution. Clemens Professor of Biblical Studies at Eastern University.
GENESIS RESOURCES Genesis Commentaries, Sermons, Illustrations, Devotionals Click chart to enlarge c Chart from recommended resource Jensen's Survey of the OT - used by permission Chart on Genesis - Charles Swindoll Genesis 3–11 contains promises that unfold throughout Scripture.