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Meant For Good

The Bible tells us that God is in control of all of life’s circumstances. If God is not in complete control, then who/what is? Karl

The Four Children

Most of us do not pay much attention to these four children: Abraham’s Ishmael, Isaac’s Esau, Lot’s Moab and Ben-Ammi. First, let us consider Abraham’s

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The Call of Abraham

Terah had three sons: Abram, Nahor, and Haran (Genesis 11:26). Abram was probably born in Ur (near present day Basra in Iraq). He married Sarai

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After the Great Flood

The narratives in Genesis 1-11 are highly figurative in their language. They introduce the story of God’s people which begins with the call of the

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The First Messianic Prophecy

There are many key verses in the Bible. With the possible exception of John 3:16, no Bible verse is more crucial than Genesis 3:15. Please

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Formed From the Dust

The cosmos is not eternal because it is slowly dying. It is running out of usable energy. Matter is not eternal. Indeed, most stars take millions of years

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God’s Creation Was Good

God is God: self-existent, self-sufficient, and eternal. He is perfect in power, goodness, and wisdom. He alone is perfect. God has no beginning or end

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Fill the Earth and Subdue It

God is God; humans are not gods. God created the inhabitants of the sea and the birds, as well as humans. Since humans are created

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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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