Where did sin come from? Or for that matter, all the people on the face of the earth after Adam and Eve? What do you know about primeval history? Whatever your question is about the early history of the world, from a biblical perspective, this work will help you understand these first 11 chapters of Genesis and God’s plan for the ages thereafter, both doctrinally and practically.
A Practical Guide to Primeval History by C. Matthew McMahon
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In this new work, McMahon takes the reader through the first 11 chapters of Genesis explaining in practical terms the important aspects of each section by way of commentary, doctrine and practical application. McMahon’s biblical perspective on this practical guide stems from historical theology, and the unified practice and belief of the historic Christian church. His position is that the first eleven chapters of Genesis is an historical narrative. This narrative of primeval beginnings, or Genesis, holds the basis for most of humankind’s questions concerning the meaning of life.
Primeval history in these chapters answers questions like: Where did the universe come from? Is there a God? What was God doing before the universe was created? What is God like? Why did God create anything? What is God’s plan for the world? Did God really create the universe in six days? Who were the first people? Why do we die? What is temptation? What is sin? How does understanding original sin impact our view of the Bible? How can we have a right relationship with God? What is a covenant and why did God make covenants with certain people? Why did God destroy the primeval world with a flood? Where did the nations come from? And many more… There are literally hundreds of questions that could be posed from the first 11 chapters of the book of Genesis.
What do you know about primeval history? What would you like to know? Whatever your question is about the early history of the world, from a biblical perspective, this work will help you understand these first 11 chapters of Genesis and God’s plan for the ages thereafter.