Book of Genesis (Paperback)

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Book of Genesis (Paperback)

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Many people today think the Bible, the most influential book in world history, is not only outdated but irrelevant, irrational, and even immoral.

As the first book in the Bible, "The Book of Genesis" sets the stage for everything that happens throughout the Scriptures and is best known for its passages connected with the creation of the world and for stories such as Noah's Ark.

The first eleven chapters focus on the history of the whole universe. In chapter 12 God focuses in on one man's family - Abraham, from whom the nation of Israel will come from. After a backdrop of the entire history of the human race God focuses in on one man - Abraham and his family. With him he makes a covenant which God says all the nations of the earth will be blessed through Genesis ends with Joseph - for he is the link between the family and the nation.

"The Book of Genesis" presents essential religious teachings about:

  • God and his relation to man: his creative activity through which all things are made and on which they all depend
  • the creation of man in God's image and likeness
  • the institution of marriage as the union of one man with one woman; the fall of man from his original state of innocence through pride and disobedience, and its consequences on Adam and Eve and the human race
  • God's loving kindness and continual offer of reconciliation through covenants with Noah, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

"The Book of Genesis" is the first book in the Bible.

Structure:

  1. Creation (1-2)
  2. The Fall (2-4)
  3. The Flood (5-9)
  4. Babel (10-11)
  5. The Call of Abraham (12-38)
  6. Descent into Egypt (39-50)

Features:

  • perfect for personal use or to give as a gift to celebrate special occasions like graduations, baptisms, birthdays, or achievements
  • Easy-to-read
  • 65 Pages

Key Verse:

Genesis 1:1 - "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth"

Product Details ISBN: 9781790114542
ISBN-10: 1790114543
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: September 19th, 2019
Pages: 68
Language: English