Even for those whose knowledge of the Bible is limited, they are familiar with the book of Genesis. It is, after all, the story of the beginning, of what has happened. It prepares us for what is and what will be. Despite what you know, however, there are areas that may remain a mystery.
Author Peter Shenouda’s Genesis: The Story, the Allegory, the Prophecy, and What Matters is the culmination of his fifteen-year study of Genesis. It is a concise treatise of this book of beginnings. Shenouda has put together information that really matters to those reading the entire Scripture, including the Apocrypha. You’ll learn whether Genesis is only a book of stories or if it offers any prophecies about the future. Discover what is behind the letters in the story of Joseph. You’ll also develop an understanding of what Jacob said about the future of Israel.
Genesis: The Story, the Allegory, the Prophecy, and What Matters helps you develop a better understanding of the book and, as a result, of the Bible as a whole. It’s an opportunity to increase and deepen your biblical knowledge and faith.