By Francis A. Schaeffer

ISBN-10: 0877846367

ISBN-13: 9780877846369

Genesis is a e-book of origins--the beginning of the universe, the starting place of existence and the foundation of guy. It locations guy in his cosmic environment, exhibits his specific uniquness, explains his ask yourself and his flaw, and starts off to track the circulation of human heritage via house and time. Many this present day, although, view this publication as a suite of myths, priceless for knowing the Hebrew brain, might be, yet not at all a list of what quite occurred. Dr. Francis A. Schaeffer demanding situations that view and exhibits how the 1st 11 chapters of Genesis stand as a pretty good, space-time foundation for answering the harsh questions posed via glossy guy.

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One is reminded of the flaming poetry of Milton who described Satan and his hosts so well. Along with Satan there were those who chose his way, those who joined his cortege, that leads not only to rebellion but to condemnation. Later in Revelation we are given further information: "And he [an angel] laid hold on the dragon, the old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him for a thousand years" (Rev. 20:2-ASV). Notice that this serpent is a special serpent. A definite article is used here again.

The Scripture says that at this point in the flow of biblical history men knew very well that the toil of their hands was a result of God's having changed the earth. Why is it like this? Because, one might say, you, O unprogrammed and significant Adam, have revolted. Nature has been under your dominion (in this sense it is as an extension of himself, as a king's empire is an extension of himself). Therefore, when you changed, God changed the objective, external world. It as well as you is now abnormal.

It is true that Eve is indeed going to learn something. If she chooses to disobey and to rebel, she will have what she couldn't have otherwise-an experiential knowledge of evil and its results. So in a way Satan is telling her the truth. But what a useless, horrible knowledge! It is the knowledge of the child whose mother says, "Don't go near that fire, because if you do you will get hurt. " But the little child goes on in disobedience, falls into the fire and spends the next three days dying in agony.

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