The Book of Genesis
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. From the rib of man came woman. In the most well-known account of creation in human history, the Book of Genesis takes readers on an adventure that will expand their knowledge of human creation. From the first humans and ancestors of all modern men, Adam and Eve, to the Great Flood and the mighty Noah, to the story of Abraham and the enslavement of the Jews in Egypt, Genesis is a amazing book telling some of the greatest stories ever told.
In Genesis, readers will experience the “Original Sin” which caused paradise to be taken from us and forsake us in God’s eyes. Sensing corruption in his creation, God sends the Great Flood to cleanse the world of sin, save one man, Noah and the famous “two of every animal”. In the post-flood world, corruption still exists, but God chooses a different path to cleansing it. The humble Abraham becomes God’s champion of purity and piety, and after proving his faith to God, is blessed with children. The children of Abraham then enter Egypt to be enslaved and await the arrival of their savior.
“A remarkable story of creation and our first ancestors. A must-read for all those who call themselves spiritual or for those who are curious about religion.”
Allison DeMarcos, The New York Times
“Everyone should read the Good Book, cover to cover. It will allow the Holy Spirit to flow into you and make you a complete person.”
Doug Schmidt, The Christian Science Monitor