This podcast episodes reviews the 7 key activities of God and how we are called to imitate God in them. Through this we see the foundational truth of imitation, including the benefits and the boundaries.
This discussion of Genesis 2:18 looks at the first thing in God’s creation that is not good. We see the first foundational truth about the human experience, what God did about Adam being alone, and seven truths from Genesis 2:18 about loneliness.
The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil reveals something critically important about human nature. This episode of the One Verse Podcast looks at Genesis 2:16-17 and shows how all of us eat from this tree every single day, and how through His crucifixion, Jesus invites us to stop eating the fruit of this forbidden tree.
This study of Genesis 2:8-15 looks at why Genesis 2 is a temple text describing the temple of God, how humanity serves as both the statue of God and the priesthood of God in the temple, and why the role of humanity as the priesthood involves protecting the Garden of Eden.
This discussion of Genesis 2:7 looks at the unique religious features of the creation of man in Genesis 2:7. We see the parallel of Genesis 2:7 to the making of idols in Mesopotamia, and the 5 truths from Genesis 2:7 about how to know God, reveal God, and treat human beings.
Why is there a second creation account in Genesis 2? And have you ever noticed that when you compare the creation account in Genesis 2 with the creation account in Genesis 1, there are several key differences? What is going on? Do these differences prove that there are errors and contradictions in the Bible?
It is these sorts of questions we will be looking at today as we look at Genesis 2:4-6 in this episode of the One Verse Podcast.
Lots of people struggle with whether or not we should observe the Sabbath. On the one hand, Sabbath observance seems like a very religious and legalistic thing to do, but on the other hand, God did set up the Sabbath as an everlasting covenant (Exod 31:16), did He not?
This episode begins to look at Genesis 2:1-3 and Day 7 of the creation week as we begin to answer these important questions.
In the previous study of Genesis 1:26, we began to look at what it means to be made in the image of God. I said there were four contextual keys to what it means to be made in the image of God. This study looks at the final three contextual keys.