The Gospel of Genesis: Studies in Protology and Eschatology argues that there is an underlying eschatology in Genesis that foresees the sweep of redemptive history and the end of all things as, after the pattern of the beginning, a new creation. Gage examines the structure of, and literary parallels in, the historical records, identifying five major theological themes with a Genesis 1–7 basis. He traces these themes through Scripture, showing that the Bible’s eschatology is intimately bound up with the protology of the early chapters of Genesis. This second edition includes a new introduction.
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- Examines the relationship between eschatology and protology
- Analyzes five theological themes with a Genesis 1–7 basis
- Part One: The Gospel of Genesis
- Chapter One: Introduction
- Chapter Two: The Eschatological Structure of Genesis
- Chapter Three: The Creator God as Cosmic Redeemer
- Chapter Four: The First Adam and the Last Adam
- Chapter Five: Judgment, Salvation, and the Oracle of Destiny
- Chapter Six: The City of God and the Cities of Men
- Chapter Seven: The Flood of Noah and Prophetic Judgment
- Chapter 2
- Part Two: A Meditation on Genesis 1–12
- The History of the World That Was: Genesis 1–7
- The Historical Beginnings of the World That Is: Genesis 8–12
- Title: The Gospel of Genesis: Studies in Protology and Eschatology
- Author: Warren A. Gage
- Edition: 2nd
- Publisher: St. Andrews House
- Publication Date: 2010
- Pages: 113
About Warren A. Gage
Warren A. Gage is the president of the Alexandrian Forum, a ministry dedicated to bringing in-depth biblical and classical education back to our churches and communities. Warren holds a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, a JD from Southern Methodist University, and a MA and PhD from the University of Dallas. Prior to his work for the Alexandrian Forum, he served as a professor of Old Testament and classical studies at Knox Theological Seminary. He is known for his advocacy of biblical typology and a literary approach to biblical exposition which demonstrates that all of Scripture points toward Christ.