If you grew up thinking of the Bible’s opening chapters as a collection of disconnected stories (a creation, a fall, a murder, a flood, a Babel tower), you need to hear this podcast (38 minutes).
The first eleven chapters of Genesis set up the plotline for the Bible’s whole narrative. The intrigue of this story puts a Gresham novel in the shade.
- Why I’m seeking the kingdom
- Shaking the chains at Philippi (Acts 16:16-40)
For related posts on Genesis 1-11, see the Scripture Index.