The Genesis Chronicles

Front Cover
AuthorHouse, Mar 3, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 220 pages

The Genesis Chronicles tells the story of Genesis via a series of dialogues between grandfathers and grandsons. It mixes humor with serious analysis and application of the key themes of the book. By looking at the lives of Noah, Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Joseph, etc., we are challenged to examine our own lives. This book shows us errors to avoid, how to respond when we have failed, and provides guidelines for living a life that is pleasing to God. It reminds us that, like the characters of Genesis, our lives are a series of triumphs and failures. But through it all God never rejects us. He is in charge even we cannot sense His presence. Specific application questions after every few chapters of the story of Genesis challenge the readers to specifically apply lessons learned to their own lives.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2005)

Author Stephen Mills has a Masters in Biblical Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary and a Masters in Religion and History from the University of Iowa. He has pastored for eight years and taught college for twenty-one years. He has authored a book on Inductive Bible study that has been used as a college textbook , but is easy enough for committed laypeople to understand. He has taught numerous Bible course on the college level as well as history and philosophy courses. Mr. Mills’s driving passions are to motivate people to learn how to think critically for themselves and to apply what they have learned to their daily lives. He defines successful teaching as teaching that produces life change. In light of this, the purpose of The Genesis Chronicles is to promotes spiritual growth in the lives of its readers.

Bibliographic information