Genesis 2:15 ESV
The LORD God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it.
Created for Work
Work was Gods design from the beginning. The ultimate goal was for every aspect of life and culture to be saturated with beauty and glory and love of God.
This is a heavy week for me: among other things, I have to finish reading the 400+ page proofs for the forthcoming John Owen book, Communion with the Triune God, before I leave on vacation (Friday). So blog posting has been, and will be, light this week. Even though Ill be unplug...
Defending the Supernatural Creation of Adam
Due to a mixture of biblical and secular reasons, an increasing number of evangelical scholars are beginning to deny the supernatural creation of Adam.
Contradictions: Planting Confusion
Critics have charged that the first two chapters of the Bible contain a contradiction regarding the creation of the vegetation. Tim Chaffey, AiGU.S., explains.
The Home of Everything Weve Always Longed For
The home God intends to share with his people for all eternity will be far more secure, far more satisfying, far more glorious than the original Eden.
A Critique of the Framework Interpretation of Creation (2 of 2)
Dr. Robert McCabe continues to unravel the framework interpretation of Genesis.
Do Genesis 1 and 2 Contradict Each Other?
The issue that people have with Genesis 2 is that the order of the creation of man, animals, and trees seems to be contrary to the order stated in Genesis 1.
In The Beginning by Richard Phillips - Ligonier Ministries
The Bible opens by saying, “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” The purpose of the creation account was not to answer twenty-first century scientific skeptics, but ... %}
InTouch Ministries > Read - The God Who Plants Gardens
And the temple was understood to be the center of creation in the Old Testament, the site where heaven and earth intersected and where God ...
What Was Adam Like?
From reading Genesis, and armed with a basic knowledge of genetics, we can learn a lot about what Adam was probably like.