The Book of Genesis (Commentary) - Peter S. Ruckman
Genesis approaches the beginnings of the universe and man from a believing and doctrinal perspective. Evolution is opposed for the "fairy tale for grown-ups" that it is. The problems posed by the higher critics are examined and dealt with. The lives of the main characters of the book are dramatized in modern fashion, and Joseph is shown to be the greatest type of Christ in the Bible.
|Author||Dr. Peter S. Ruckman|
|Number of Pages||857|