Category Archives: Genesis

A Theology of Woman from Genesis 2-3: Design, Desire, and Deliverance

By | June 6, 2024
This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series A Theology of Woman

This blog series is adapted from Sunday School lessons I wrote several years ago for women and teen girls. The goal was to form a “theology of woman” by looking chronologically at all of the major portions of Scripture regarding women and womanhood. What does the Bible say are the roles, duties, challenges, and opportunities… Read More »

A Theology of Woman from Genesis 1-2: Reflecting God’s Image, Bringing Companionship, and Helping Her Husband

By | May 2, 2024
This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series A Theology of Woman

This blog series is adapted from Sunday School lessons I wrote several years ago for women and teen girls. The goal was to form a “theology of woman” by looking chronologically at all of the major portions of Scripture regarding women and womanhood. What does the Bible say are the roles, duties, challenges, and opportunities… Read More »

Transforming My View of Scripture Through Old Testament Bible Study (OT Studies Included)

By | June 14, 2023

Have you ever started a Bible reading plan? Have you ever quit a Bible reading plan, say, in the middle of Exodus or Leviticus? 🙂 Many Bible reading plans start at the beginning, in Genesis, which is really quite interesting to dig into. Exodus starts off pretty exciting too, but starts to decrease in the… Read More »

An Overview of Genesis

By | September 3, 2015

A Focus on Genesis Our English title Genesis is transliterated from the Greek genesis, toledot in Hebrew, meaning something like “generations” or “account,” stemming from the Hebrew verb yalad, meaning “to give birth.” This word is found in the first verse of each section below and acts as a heading for what comes after each… Read More »

Creation Renewed

By | October 25, 2013

A few thousand years ago, God used a worldwide flood to execute His justice upon all men except for Noah and his family (Genesis 6–9). Towards the end of this flood, Genesis 8–9 records for us many terms and concepts that are parallel to the story of creation in Genesis 1. These parallels give the… Read More »