This is a summary episode for everything we have looked at in Genesis 1–2 so far.
The reasons for this summary are numerous:
- To remind you of what we have seen so far.
- To provide the big picture overview of what we have seen. Sometimes it is easy to miss the forest for the trees, and while my detailed explanations of individual verses are important for the study of Scripture, we don’t want to miss out on the overall theme and focus of Scripture.
- New listeners might get overwhelmed with having to listen to 23 podcast episodes on one chapter of the Bible. If you are new here, these summary episodes can help get you up to speed more quickly. Of course, after hearing the summary, you may want to go back and listen to several of the more detailed episodes to the get the fuller explanation of what these verses mean.
- Even if you have listened to all the other episodes, you will still want to listen to this one, because in this episode I tie together all the strands and themes that we have looked at so far and present you with the overall big picture truth.
In this Discussion of Genesis 1 we look at:
- How Christmas, Easter, the cross, and the Gospels helps us understand Genesis 1
- The truth that redemption is a key theme in Scripture
- A summary of how Moses interacts with the religions of his day
- How God sought to redeem the religions of Moses’ day
- How God can also redeem our own religion – especially the Christian religion
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