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The book of origins : Genesis simply explained

Author: Philip H Eveson
Publisher: Darlington, England : Evangelical Press, 2001.
Series: Welwyn commentary series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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As its name implies, Genesis is a book of origins. In it we are told of the origin of the universe, the beginnings of the human race and the birth of the Israelite nation. But it is more than an early record of origins. It is part of God's Word to us, what the apostle Paul calls "God-breathed" Scripture. Here we are given infallible instruction concerning where we all came from and why things are the way they are.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip H Eveson
ISBN: 0852344848 9780852344842
OCLC Number: 49311983
Description: 592 pages : maps ; 22 cm.
Contents: The prologue (1:1-2:3) --
What heaven and earth produced (2:4-4:26) --
What Adam produced (5:1-6:8) --
What Noah produced (6:9-9:29) --
What Noah's sons produced (10:1-11:9) --
What Shem produced (11:10-26) --
What Terah produced (11:27-25:11) --
What Ishmael produced (25:12-18) --
What Isaac produced (25:12-18) --
What Esau produced (36:1-37:1) --
What Jacob produced (37:2-50:26).
Series Title: Welwyn commentary series.
Other Titles: Genesis simply explained
Responsibility: Philip H. Eveson.

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As its name implies, Genesis is a book of origins. In it we are told of the origin of the universe, the beginnings of the human race and the birth of the Israelite nation. But it is more than an early record of origins. It is part of God's Word to us, what the apostle Paul calls "God-breathed" Scripture. Here we are given infallible instruction concerning where we all came from and why things are the way they are. The book of Genesis is also crucially important for our understanding of the rest of Scripture. It introduces us to the true and living God, to the beginnings of sin, its consequences and how it has affected the whole created order. - Publisher.

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