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Publisher's Summary

1st Place Winner, 2012 Christian Choice Book Awards

Genesis is a book of beginnings. It introduces us to several biblical themes, including God's authorship of life. In a world that blames the Creator for disasters and credits luck or karma for life's blessings, God's people need reminding that he is crafting a wondrous story of redemption and grace. Within Genesis, we are called to play the part of faithful children so that we might overcome this world and inherit the one to come. In God's story, we discover how to live out our own. The Epic of God will guide you passage-by-passage through the book of Genesis in hopes of deepening your trust in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

©2012 Michael Whitworth (P)2013 Michael Whitworth

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excellent teaching

this book was full of valuable information. So much support information I love the teachings

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Easy to listen to ​background content for Genesis

Good digestible information for consolidating my studies in the Book of Beginnings.

Some of the phrasing got a bit tiresome and the American pronunciation grated on me for Biblical names.

But I will listen to it again for the content which tries to be reasonably neutral.