Have you ever heard the phrase Imago Dei? This is the Latin phrase for the “image of God.” You are probably familiar with this phrase. But what does that mean? As we look at Genesis 1:24-27, and consider other relevant passages several aspects of the image of God emerge. As humans, being created in the image of God means that we are unique, we rule, we are like God, and we have value.
Brady Bush gives a message on who the Serpent in the garden was from Isaiah 14:1-23; Ezekiel 28:11-19.
God created the heavens and the earth in six days. On the seventh day, God rested from all his work. But what does that mean?
Sometime in the years of wandering in the desert, God caused Moses to sit down and write the book of Genesis. Moses was tasked with the writing of the first books of Holy Scripture. But what do you start with? In the beginning God…In these two verses, it is as if Moses is saying, here,…
Understanding and believing what Genesis chapter 3 says is crucial to our understanding of the rest of the Bible. If we mess up the origin of evil, then we are in danger of corrupting and misunderstanding most of the other doctrines taught in Scripture.
The story of Cain and Able is not just about two brothers that can’t get along. It’s not just a tragic story of hatred and murder. This story is ultimately about God.
The answer to why we have problems is sin. Sin is why there is unrest between people and sin is why God seems distant. Genesis 3:8-13.