An Objective Look at Some of the Bible's Strangest Stories
Genesis offers helpful answers to the biggest questions in life—Why are we here? What is God like? Why so much evil and pain?
But today's readers often get tripped up by the ancient writing style and wonder...
- Did Moses really write Genesis?
- Many of the reports seem so odd—are they scientifically accurate? Does that matter?
- How does Genesis relate to other ancient accounts of creation, the origin of evil, and the great flood?
Stephen M. Miller—a seminary-educated news journalist—presents viewpoints from a wide range of Christian Bible experts, along with gorgeous graphics and a touch of dry humor.
Whether you're a Bible newbie or a longtime reader, this visual stroll through the first book of the Bible will help you bridge the gap between then and now.
“One of the best overviews and summary of the book of Genesis from my favorite Reference Writer. He presents what scholars say and never gives his own opinion – which is hard to do for most of us. This is his best book in the ‘Visual Guide’ series and I would highly recommend this for Church Study classes. Miller even provides Study Questions for Discussion and a web site for more resources including a simplified translation of Genesis written by Stephen Miller himself!”
About the Author
Stephen M. Miller is the bestselling author of Who’s Who and Where’s Where in the Bible (Retailer’s Choice Award for best nonfiction book of the year), The Complete Guide to the Bible (500,000 copies sold), and many other books, which have sold 1.8 million copies. He and his wife, Linda, live in Kansas and have two adult children.
Editor-in-chief, Christianity Today magazine