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Sessions with Genesis is a ten-session study unit designed to provide a compelling look at the book of Genesis. Each session is followed by a thought-provoking page of questions that allow for a deeper experience of the scriptural passages. These resources pages can be used by seminar leaders during preparation and group discussion, as well as in individual Bible study.
Immersing us in the book of Genesis, Tony Cartledge examines both its major stories and the smaller cycles of hope and failure, of promise and judgment. Genesis introduces these themes of divine faithfulness and human failure in unmistakable terms, tracing Israel's beginning to the creation of the world and professing a belief that Israel's particular history had universal significance.
The Sessions Series is a set of Bible studies designed to encourage a deeper encounter with Scripture. Each volume includes eight to ten lessons as well as resources to facilitate preparation, class discussion, or individual Bible Study. The Sessions series editor is Michael D. McCullar.
This volume is available for purchase individually, or as part of the Sessions Series (23 Vols.).
Tony Cartledge is Professor of Old Testament at Campbell University Divinity School. He is also the author of 1 & 2 Samuel in the Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary series, Telling Stories: Tall Tales and Deep Truths, and Sessions with Samuel: Stories from the Edge. He is co-author with Jan Rush of A Whole New World: Life After Bethany and Job: Into the Fire, Out of the Ashes (Smyth & Helwys Annual Bible Study).