Foundational to all Christian thought, the opening chapters of Genesis are packed with information about our origins, our humanity, and the significance of God's creative act. As both a scientist and a Hebrew scholar, Collins fully enters into this thicket, examining how later intertestamental and New Testament writers shaped a Christian worldview. 352 pages, softcover from P & R.
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