Genesis 1:3 is packed full of truth and insight into something very important. This text provides a clear contrast for us.
It contrasts how religion tells us to deal with evil in the world, and how God deals with evil in the world. God’s way leads to light and redemption, but the religious way leads only to more darkness and evil.
So if you want to know what you can do about the evil in the world today, make sure you listen to today’s show on Genesis 1:3.
The text of Genesis 1:3
Genesis 1:3. Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light.
In this discussion of Genesis 1:3 we look at:
- How can there be light before God created the sun, moon, and stars? The answer is that this is the wrong question.
- The light that God spoke into existence in Genesis 1:3 is in response to the darkness that existed in Genesis 1:2.
- Moses is continuing to make distinctions here between Yahweh and the gods of other Ancient Near East religions.
- Learn how we can fight against darkness in the world today.
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