Henry M. Morris: The Genesis Record A Scientific and Devotional Commentary on the Book of Beginnings



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Nce for study and Morris does extrapolate enough even to make sense of the difficult assages The author does speculate at times but it s within the context of what we re given he always reigns in his speculations with great respect to Genesis The only downsides are the adherence to the KJV translation some out dated science and several details related to the less savoury elements of Genesis necessary but not Sunday School materialOverall I highly recommend The Genesis Record for those readers who wish to understand the Book of Genesis at a deeper level8510 So interesting I can t believe I read the whole thing Jesus said that if you do not believe the words Moses wrte how will you believe what He saysIf you have a difficult time with in the beginning God creatd Then we will. Ology and geology In “The Genesis Record” the reader is conducted by a capable guide through the important corridors of earth’s early history roviding the background so necessary in understanding all of Scripture Dr Morris does not neglect application of the Genesis account to the Christian life More than thirty years of teaching Bible classes are reflected in the author’s insights into human character and his application of Biblical truths to life in the current tim.

Exts contained herein historical cultural theological linguistic and even the scientific For a book that s almost 40 years old the scientific facts are surprisingly up to date robably because he adheres strongly to a literal interpretation of Genesis The only truly disputable theories Lola and the Boy Next Door (Anna and the French Kiss, presented are one or two historical geology related facts and those related to the discussion of sky canopies before the Great Flood My favourite section of this book were the chapters that covered Genesis 1 11 The rest of the book also includes many interesting and thoughtrovoking facts but is devotional in nature Included herein you will find the complete Genesis text as found in the King James Version of the Bible I m not a fan of this Booties and the Beast particular translation but itrovides a useful refere. Orical as the remaining thirty nine This conviction is not based simply on faith but on many years of study of the scientific aspects of the Genesis record as well as the interchange of ideas with many other scientists and theologians both creationists and evolutionists Dr Morris’s logic is compelling in its affirmation of a young earth and universe; he advocates a tight chronology in his exposition His commentary on the worldwide Noahic Flood reflects his expertise in hydr.

I once read a Nomad perspective on the importance of the book of Genesis and how aerson s weak Pippi Longstocking, Pippi Goes On Board, Pippi in the South Seas point of view on It could lead to compromises that can jeopardize their foundational understanding of scriptural integrity The Genesis Record will help foster some important critical thinking strategies about the importance of having a solidosition in regards to origins and the assured nature of beginnings This is uite ossibly the BEST Commentary on the Book of Genesis that you will find on the market today I ve rated it as 5 stars and marked it as one of my FAVORITESLarry K wrote this review Saturday March 7 2009 The Genesis Record by Henry M Morris is an exhaustive commentary on the Book of Genesis as found in the Old Testament section of the Bible The book tackles the many cont. 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 roblems are woven into the narrative “The Genesis Record” is eually useful to both the theologically trained and the layperson Dr Morris writes from the conviction that the first eleven chapters of Genesis are as truly hist.

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