How does the church fit into God’s story?
Genesis 12, 15, 17 God establishes a relationship with a named Abram, and everything changes. The covenant promises made and established by God constitute the narrative backbone of the rest of the Bible’s storyline as it ascends to the advent of Christ, who both fulfills, and is the fulfillment of, God’s covenant.
Genesis 3 | Romans 5 In order to understand the gospel and work of Christ properly, we must first come to a clear understanding of the nature of human sinfulness, and how we got to where we are. The Apostle Paul helps interpret the implications of Adam’s rebellion in the Garden, and how Christ is our better Adam.
Genesis 1:1-2:3 The first chapter of Genesis depicts God’s mighty work of creation. But this isn’t simply a history of events. It’s a retelling of the creative participation of the all-powerful word of God, with great implications for its readers today.
Genesis: An Overview Series introduction and overview of the book of Genesis. As a book of beginnings, we learn that God has been consistently working and pursuing his creation from the very start. Genesis is crucial to our understanding of the Bible because it sets the stage for narrative of Redemption we witness throughout time.