The Garden (Genesis 2: 4-25)

We now get what many scholars take to be a second and possibly contradictory creation account.[1]  By the way, I think it is unlikely that someone would just stick two contradictory accounts side by side: common sense tells me that. There are also good reasons found in the text itself for rejecting that suggestion and we will see them as we work through the passage. Continue reading

The Beginning of the Story (Genesis 1:1-2:3)

The story of Creation starts right at the beginning of the Bible. The stage is set, the main characters introduced and we begin to read about who God is and what he is doing in time and space.  In Genesis 1, we are told that God creates the world over a 7 day time frame. Continue reading

How should we interpret Genesis 1-3?

One of the big questions we will have to consider is “How should we interpret Genesis 1-3. . Of course, whenever we think about interpreting and applying Genesis 1-3, the question of Creation and Evolution is never far from my minds. Or to put it another way, how do we interpret the Bible’s account of origins in the light of modern scientific understanding? Continue reading

The Lies we believe about Creation

What we believe affects how we live. This includes what we believe about four key things:

  • God
  • Creation
  • Us
  • New Creation

We are now going to take some time to look at what we believe about Creation. We’re going to do this in four parts: Continue reading

Coming up “Where did we come from”

Our next big faithroots series is all about Creation. We’ll be looking at origins- how did God make this World. We will also find out more about God’s providence, how he sustains and looks after his creation. The series will look at the problem of evil and the affect of the Fall on creation. Continue reading

Dinosaurs, fossils, rocks and the age of the World

“If God created everything in and on earth, why does some of the evidence (Dinosaur fossils and Geological Science) lead Scientists to believe in an ancient Universe? Wouldn’t he make things more straight forward to support him?” Continue reading