In these previously unpublished sermons to titled The Gospel in Genesis renowned minister of London's Westminster Chapel, Martin Lloyd Jones walks readers through the arly chapters of Genesis. He examines portions of chapters 3-12, starting with the fall of man and ending with the call of Abram. Along the way, Lloyd Jones talks of serpents and sin, of the Word of God and the Babel man. But the destination of The Gospel in Genesis is clear: readers are moved from fig leaves in the garden to faith in the Gospel.
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Review 1 for The Gospel in Genesis: From Fig Leaves to Faith
Date:July 22, 2010
Absolutely love it! I've read it twice this summer and think I'll purchase it for some of my "intellectual" but unbelieving family members!
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Review 2 for The Gospel in Genesis: From Fig Leaves to Faith
Date:April 6, 2010
L W Johnson
Martyn Lloyd-Jones provides a very insightful study concerning the "Message" of the bible. A message that explains why life is the way it is, the problems caused by the Fall, and what God has done to bring deliverance. If you really want to understand the bible, a study of Genesis chapter 3 is essential, and the first seven of the nine chapters (sermons) focus solely on chapter 3. This is a must have for anyone who desires a deeper understanding of the origins of man, sin, Satan, deception of self, life in this world, our accountability to God, issues of daily life, and God's actions to rescue man from his self imposed state of hopefulness. It is a book of hope, faith, and what God has done through His only Son, Jesus Christ. Like all the author's books this one is no exception, it is packed with sound biblical doctrine, and the truths of Christian faith, and salvation.