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Imago Dei

Imago Dei is Latin for “image of God.” It is a theological doctrine common to Jews, Christians, and some Muslims. The Book of Genesis is not

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God As “Us”

God himself stands behind his creation. He stands behind everything.  In the Hebrew of Genesis 1, the name for God is Elohim. This is a

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Formless, Empty, and Dark

What does it mean that the earth was formless, empty, and dark (Genesis 1:2a)? Before I deal with this question, let me re-visit Genesis 1:1.

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In The Beginning God

The simple statement: “In the beginning God” (Genesis 1:1a) suggests at least three negative statements. First, it denies atheism. Atheism is the view that God does

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The Beginning of Creation

There are many questions about creation. For example, is there a God? What does the Bible say about creation versus evolution? Does faith in God and science

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Days of Creation

Genesis 1 teaches that creation was marked by six significant “days” in the preparation of the earth for habitation. “Day” can mean a period of

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How Did God Create The Cosmos?

Before creation, there was no time. There was no space. Christians believe that the universe has been brought into existence by an orderly and personal God. God did

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Primeval History

All sixty-six books of the Bible are God’s Word. Some people believe that Exodus, Isaiah, Matthew, John, and Romans are the five most important books

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