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Genesis

Charles Dickens begins his classic, A Tale of Two Cities, saying, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This is not only a synopsis of the time before the French Revolution, it is a synopsis of all history. Every time carries with it good and bad. The book of Genesis explains why this is the case. Ever since sin entered the world, the best and the worst have locked horns. The book of Genesis looks at the tension between the best and the worst and offers hope that the best is yet to come.

Isaac (Week 8) Series Isaac (Week 8)

God makes an unthinkable request of Abraham – to sacrifice his only son,…

Sodom and Gomorrah (Week 7) Series Sodom and Gomorrah (Week 7)

Sodom and Gomorrah were the epitome of wickedness in the ancient world.…

Abraham (Week 6) Series Abraham (Week 6)

God continues to seek new beginnings in a world filled with old sin. He…

Babel (Week 5) Series Babel (Week 5)

Noah brings a new beginning, but humanity quickly falls back into its old…

Noah (Week 4) Series Noah (Week 4)

As man’s wickedness increases, God’s justice against sin is finally rendered…

Cain and Abel (Week 3) Series Cain and Abel (Week 3)

The effects of Adam and Eve’s fall into sin quickly become apparent in…

Fall (Week 2) Series Fall (Week 2)

God’s good creation was quickly corrupted by a bad decision. If Genesis…

Creation (Week 1) Series Creation (Week 1)

How did all we see get here? This is the question that Genesis 1 answers.…