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Commentary on Genesis (Complete Edition)

Commentary on Genesis (Complete Edition) ebook ISBN: 8027245710
Publisher: e-artnow
Author: Martin Luther
Number of Pages: 709 
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This eBook edition of "Commentary on Genesis" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Commentary on Genesis is the last work of Martin Luther, written during the last several years of his life. Luther's work follows the first volume of Psalms with critical and devotional remarks on the creation and on sin and the flood.

Midrash Tanḥuma: Genesis

Midrash Tanḥuma: Genesis ebook ISBN: 9780881250879
Publisher: KTAV Publishing House, Inc.
Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 334 
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Tanhuma is one of the jewels of midrash literature. As one of the Yelammedenu midrashim, it is less diffuse than Genesis Rabbah, and its units are shorter than those of the Pesikta. It thus strikes a balance between the jumble of the one and the long sermons of the other. Just over a century ago, Solomon Buber published a new version of the Tanhuma based on an Oxford manuscript which is substantially different from the more common printed versions. It is this version or one very close to it which Rashi had before him and whose interpretations be often commends and recommends. Despite its importance and appeal, no version of Midrash Tanhuma has ever been translated into English. This volume is the first in a series which will bring the riches of the Buber edition to the English reader.

Thru the Bible: Genesis through Revelation

Thru the Bible: Genesis through Revelation ebook ISBN: 141858603X
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Author: J. Vernon McGee
Number of Pages: 4440 
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Radio messages from J. Vernon McGee delighted and enthralled listeners for years with simple, straightforward language and clear understanding of the Scripture. Now enjoy his personable, yet scholarly, style in this 60-volume set of commentaries that takes you from Genesis to Revelation with new understanding and insight. Each volume includes introductory sections, detailed outlines and a thorough, paragraph-by-paragraph discussion of the text. A great choice for pastors - and even better choice for the average Bible reader and student!


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Genesis-Judges ebook ISBN:
Author: Thomas Scott
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Genesis ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Banner of Truth
Author: Jean Calvin
Number of Pages: 1107 
File: genesis.pdf
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Because Calvin was a sound exegete, little of what he wrote is dated. Althought his treatment of the early chapters is thorough, it is not disproportionate, and the later narratives concering Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph are not passed over hastily. Indeed, Calvin excels in bringing out the principles of God's dealings with men, as individuals and in covenant, and in showing faithfully yet tenderly the human weakness and sin all too evident in Genesis.

Making Sense of the Genesis Flood

Making Sense of the Genesis Flood ebook ISBN: 1847997058
Author: Kristina Howells
Number of Pages: 220 
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This book is written to make sense of the Genesis Flood, in terms of both biblical and scientific accuracy. As well as the creation of both the earth and the universe. God has given us the Bible not only to guide our faith but to provide us with ways to interpret the mysteries of the earth's origin and destiny.

Genesis Quest

Genesis Quest ebook ISBN: 1490837140
Publisher: WestBow Press
Author: Barry Verdi
Number of Pages: 274 
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Are the stories in Genesis fact, myth, legend, the word of God, philosophy, or something else? Through time, what people think or remember about Genesis has become a mixture of fact and fable. For example, if you were to ask someone what fruit Adam and Eve were tempted by, most people might say, "An apple." If you were to ask what color the apple was, most people might state that they think the fruit was red. Are these actual facts? No, people are simply using artistic imagination. The stories in Genesis are multifaceted oral traditions about the human family that originated long before the established interpretations, dogmas, and doctrines of our contemporary world. One thing the stories do indicate is that we are all genetically connected regardless of our outward appearance, yet we are divided due to multiple factors related to our situation in life and personal beliefs. The Genesis Quest examines ancient roots of human thinking to strip away veneers of progressive interpretations and reveal the evolution of a philosophy - six principles of the human spirit looking for the soul of our communal life: God/creation, good and evil, sharing, mercy, saving life, and communicating, These principles are intended to help us understand what it means to be human.

The Natural Genesis

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Author: Gerald Massey
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John Calvin's Commentaries On Genesis 24 - 50

John Calvin's Commentaries On Genesis 24 - 50 ebook ISBN: 3849620794
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
Author: John Calvin
Number of Pages: 542 
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This is the extended and annotated edition including * an extensive biographical annotation about the author and his life Calvin produced commentaries on most of the books of the Bible. His commentaries cover the larger part of the Old Testament, and all of the new excepting Second and Third John and the Apocalypse. His commentaries and lectures stand in the front rank of Biblical interpretation. This edition covers the commentaries on Genesis 24 - 50. No writer ever dealt more fairly and honestly by the Word of God. He is scrupulously careful to let it speak for itself, and to guard against every tendency of his own mind to put upon it a questionable meaning for the sake of establishing some doctrine which he feels to be important, or some theory which he is anxious to uphold. This is one of his prime excellencies. He will not maintain any doctrine, however orthodox and essential, by a text of Scripture which to him appears of doubtful application, or of inadequate force. For instance, firmly as he believed the doctrine of the Trinity, he refuses to derive an argument in its favor, from the plural form of the name of God in the first chapter of Genesis. It were easy to multiply examples of this kinds which, whether we agree in his conclusions or not, cannot fail to produce the conviction, that he is, at least, an honest Commentator, and will not make any passage of Scripture speak more or less than, according to his view, its Divine Author intended it to speak. Calvin has been charged with ignorance of the language in which the Old Testament was written. Father Simon says that he scarcely knew more of Hebrew than the letters! The charge is malicious and ill founded. It may, however, be allowed that a critical examination of the text of Holy Scripture was not the end which Calvin proposed to himself; nor had he perhaps the materials or the time necessary for that accurate investigation of word and syllables to which the Scriptures have more recently been subjected. Still his verbal criticisms are neither few nor unimportant, though he lays comparatively little stress upon them himself. F5 His great strength, however, is seen in the clear, comprehensive view he takes of the subject before him, in the facility with which he penetrates the meaning of his Author, in the lucid expression he gives to that meaning, in the variety of new yet solid and profitable thoughts which he frequently elicits from what are apparently the least promising portions of the sacred text, in the admirable precision with which he unfolds every doctrine of Holy Scripture, whether veiled under figures and types, or implied in prophetical allusions, or asserted in the records of the Gospel. As his own mind was completely imbued with the whole system of divine truth, and as his capacious memory never seemed to lose anything which it had once apprehended, he was always able to present a harmonized and consistent view of truth to his readers, and to show the relative position in which any given portion of it stood to all the rest. This has given a completeness and symmetry to his Commentaries which could scarcely have been looked for; as they were not composed in the order in which the Sacred Books stand in the Volume of Inspiration, nor perhaps in any order of which a clear account can now be given. He probably did not, at first, design to expound more than a single Book; and was led onwards by the course which his Expository Lectures in public took, to write first on one and then on another, till at length he traversed nearly the whole field of revealed truth.