Commentaries on Genesis today range from the fanciful to the technical. T
he book of beginnings has been debated for centuries by theologians, linguists, and scientists. Why should you take the trouble to read another book on Genesis?
Perhaps the best reason is urgency. Over the past four generations, Christianity has precipitated from a large majority belief system among those who came of age during the first half of the 20th century to something less than 15 percent of young adults entering educational institutions and the workforce today.
If you are considering this book, you are probably bothered by these conditions and are looking for ways to help those in your sphere of influence find their way out of the morass.
In this comprehensive edition of The Book of Beginnings: A Practical Guide to Understanding Genesis, Dr. Henry M. Morris III addresses the difficult issues in the Genesis record. These in-depth answers will give you confidence in your study of the Scriptures and help you communicate the richness of Genesis to those around you.
752 pages, hardcover