The History of God’s Interaction with His Creation is the Old Testament in chronological order, with New Testament analysis at the end of most of the chapters. This is not just the author’s summaries; it also includes over 1,000 verses from the Old Testament, as well as over 150 from the New.
The History of God’s Interaction with His Creation is intentionally written to read fast. The chapters are short, and the vocabulary and sentence structure are such that it can be easily read and understood by those in middle school. If you read through this book once and then continue to read it five minutes a day, your knowledge of what has been recorded in Scripture and why it has been recorded can increase dramatically.
I give my sincere thanks to several pastors who answered my plethora of questions. I did not write this book off the top of my head. It was a tremendous learning experience for me, and I hope it will be for you as well. The Bible has stood the test of time for over four thousand years—and with good reason.
The Old Testament is the most influential collection of writings in the history of the world. Not including the books of wisdom, within the Old Testaments pages are almost seven hundred chapters containing thousands of years of history that still affect us all today.
I wish someone had written this book several decades ago when I started studying the Bible. As far as I can tell no one did. So here it is, The History of God’s Interaction with His Creation. May God bless you as you read.