Genesis is the story of Creation: the beginning of life, humanity, and civilization.
It’s a book full of weird and wild stories.
Bible experts don’t always know what to make of these stories. But they’ve got their educated guesses.
Stephen M. Miller, a former newspaper journalist with a seminary degree, reports those theories from a wide range of scholars: tradition-minded as well as progressive.
He does it so objectively that readers can’t see his opinions coming through. “That’s often easy for me to do,” Miller says, “because I’m as confused as the next guy.”
A Visual Walk Through Genesis contains discussion questions tagged with all 50 chapters in Genesis…a value-added feature for personal and group Bible study.
But there’s more…
I’m a total fan of Stephen Miller. I own several of his Bible reference books because I always find his work intriguing, well-researched, and accessible to just about anyone.
Few people have the gift of taking something that seems dusty and dry (like history) and give it energy and interest, like you are reading today's newspaper. Stephen Miller is one of those people, a real gift to those who already love history--and those about to because of Stephen's work.
Editor-in-chief, Christianity Today magazine