9780801072826

Genesis Record, The

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    9780801072826

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    0801072824

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  • Copyright: 2009-12-01
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Summary

The Genesis Record is the only commentary on the complete Book of Genesis written by a creationist scientist. Written as narrative exposition rather than a critical verse-by-verse analysis (although discussions on all important historical and scientific problems are woven into the narrative), The Genesis Record is equally useful to both the theologically trained and the layperson.

Author Biography

Henry M. Morris, founder and former president of the Institute of Creation Research, served as professor of hydrology at the institute's division of graduate study and research. He received his PhD from the University of Minnesota and for twenty-eight years taught at major universities, including serving as chairman of the civil engineering department at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Genesis
The Book of Beginningsp. 17
The Foundation of Historyp. 17
Who Wrote Genesis?p. 22
Principles of Interpretationp. 30
Anticipation of Eternityp. 32
God and the World He Made
The Creation of the World (Genesis 1:1-2)p. 37
Foundation of Foundationsp. 37
The First Versep. 39
The Date of Creationp. 42
The Gap Theoryp. 46
The Second Versep. 48
The Six Days of Creation (Genesis 1:3-2:3)p. 53
The Day-Age Theoryp. 53
A Tent to Dwell Inp. 57
Living Creaturesp. 68
The Completed Creationp. 72
The Creation of Man (Genesis 2)p. 83
The Geography of Edenp. 83
The Moral Choicep. 90
Man and the Animalsp. 94
Flesh of His Fleshp. 98
The Fall of Man (Genesis 3)p. 105
That Old Serpentp. 105
The First Human Sinp. 112
The Bondage of Decayp. 117
Paradise Lostp. 128
The Lost World (Genesis 4-5)p. 133
The Blood of Righteous Abelp. 133
The Way of Cainp. 142
The Line of the Promised Seedp. 150
The Amazing Case of Enochp. 155
The Days of Noah (Genesis 6)p. 163
The Sons of Godp. 163
Filled with Violencep. 174
Noah's Arkp. 178
The Provision of God and the Obedience of Noahp. 183
The Great Flood (Genesis 7-8)p. 189
The Last Days of the Old Worldp. 189
Overflowed with Waterp. 198
After the Delugep. 203
The New Worldp. 211
The New World (Genesis 9)p. 221
The Establishment of Human Governmentp. 221
The Rainbow Covenantp. 227
The Sons of Noahp. 231
The Noahic Prophecyp. 236
God and the Nations (Genesis 10-11)p. 245
The Table of Nationsp. 245
The Days of Pelegp. 257
The Tower of Babelp. 264
The Generations of Terahp. 278
The Chosen Nation
The Call of Abraham (Genesis 12-13)p. 293
A New Nationp. 293
Abraham in Egyptp. 297
Lot's Sad Choicep. 301
The World of Abrahamp. 306
The Abrahamic Covenant (Genesis 14-17)p. 311
The Northeastern Kingsp. 311
Melchizedekp. 317
The Word of the Lordp. 322
Ishmael and the Arabsp. 328
An Everlasting Covenantp. 331
Fire from Heaven (Genesis 18-20)p. 337
Angels Unawarep. 337
Lot in the Gates of Sodomp. 345
Remember Lot's Wifep. 351
Sarah and the Philistinesp. 359
The Child of Promise (Genesis 21-23)p. 365
The Birth of Isaacp. 365
Sacrifice of the Belovedp. 372
Sand and Starsp. 382
The Death of Sarahp. 385
Isaac and Rebekah (Genesis 24-26)p. 391
Search for a Bridep. 391
Sons of Abrahamp. 406
The Birthrightp. 411
Isaac Versus the Philistinesp. 418
The Mystery of Jacob and Esau (Genesis 27-28)p. 427
How Could God Love Jacob?p. 427
The Blessing and the Tearsp. 436
The Flight of Jacobp. 442
Stairway to Heavenp. 445
Jacob and Laban (Genesis 29-31)p. 455
Jacob's Love Lifep. 455
The Sons of Jacobp. 463
Spotted and Speckledp. 470
Heading for Homep. 481
Jacob in Canaan (Genesis 32-36)p. 493
Wrestling with Godp. 493
Encounter with Esaup. 502
Dinah and the Canaanitesp. 508
Return to Bethelp. 517
The Generations of Esaup. 524
The Testing of Joseph (Genesis 37-39)p. 533
The Coat of Many Colorsp. 533
Rejected by His Brethrenp. 539
Judahp. 545
Potiphar's Wifep. 557
The Exaltation of Joseph (Genesis 40-41)p. 567
The Butler and the Bakerp. 567
Pharaoh's Dreamp. 575
Second in the Kingdomp. 582
The Sons of Josephp. 586
Joseph and His Brothers (Genesis 42-45)p. 593
Famine in the Landp. 593
Joseph and Benjaminp. 603
The Plea of Judahp. 611
They Will See Himp. 619
Israel in Egypt (Genesis 46-50)p. 627
The Children of Israelp. 627
Prosperity in Egyptp. 635
The Last Days of Jacobp. 643
Prophecies of the Twelve Tribesp. 650
A Coffin in Egyptp. 662
Appendixes
Annotated Bibliography: Recommended Booksp. 671
Chronology of the Patriarchs in Genesisp. 675
Chronology of Important Events in Genesisp. 676
Quotations from or Allusions to Genesis in the N.T.p. 677
The Universality of the Delugep. 683
"First Mentions" of Important Biblical Words in Genesisp. 687
The Table of Nations According to Genesis 10p. 688
The Post-Diluvian Worldp. 689
The Land of the Patriarchsp. 690
The Twelve Tribes of Israelp. 691
Indexes
Index of Subjectsp. 695
Index of Scripture Referencesp. 707
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