Tag Archives: Creation

From Creation to Consummation

The cautionary tale of Humpty Dumpty struck me as a young child. I’m sure my parents, along with countless others across the last couple centuries, were intentional about helping me commit the Greek tragedy of the Mother Goose corpus to … Continue reading

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Genesis Unbound

In my study of the initial chapters of Genesis, one book has stood out from the rest as a most helpful tool in discovering the meaning and implications of the creation narrative. That book is Genesis Unbound by John Sailhamer. … Continue reading

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Origin Issues: The Struggle To Cut God Out

Despite what you may have learned in school or picked up at your local Barnes and Noble lately, the issue of origin has not been settled in the hearts and minds of your fellow humans. A few things are clear: … Continue reading

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Inigo Montoya on the Bible and Science

“I do not think that means what you think it means.” As we preach through Genesis at LifePoint, a main point of emphasis for us is allowing the Bible to speak for itself. This is a good discipline no matter … Continue reading

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The Genesis Debate: Please Just Let the Bible Speak for Itself

To kick off Rise and Fall at LifePoint yesterday we covered a single verse, the first verse of the Bible. This solitary verse has become one of the more dissected and scrutinized sentences in human history. In the beginning God … Continue reading

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When God Says “Light”

One of my favorite passages in all of Scripture is what is known as “The Prologue” in John’s Gospel; John 1:1-18.  He begins in John 1:1-5 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the … Continue reading

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