Learn what the first book of the Bible says in its own words and original context, and discover how it shapes discipleship today. This two-course bundle will not only enrich your understanding of Genesis’ theology, it will also improve your exegetical skills. Those looking for a deeper textual and theological knowledge of Genesis will welcome this bundle.
In OT302 Book Study: Genesis, Dr. John Walton shows how Genesis came to be; how this biblical text can speak to crucial contemporary questions about gender, science, and more; and how teachers and pastors can exegete important Genesis passages. Anyone responsible for speaking or teaching on the Old Testament won’t want to miss Dr. Walton’s exposition of the entire book of Genesis.
In OT303 Theology of Genesis, Dr. David Baker explains the unique value of biblical theology and discusses how an understanding of the key theological themes of Genesis can and should direct discipleship in our own time. This insightful look at what Genesis teaches about humanity’s relationship with God has deep value for those dealing with questions of relationships, sexuality, and what it means to be created in God’s image.
Both of these courses are fully integrated into your existing Logos Bible Software, taking your studies and learning experience to new levels.