The Book of Genesis #18

In Audio, Bible Studies by Wes WhiteLeave a Comment

Left-click on the far-left arrow to play now.
Right-click on the far-right arrow or the image above and Save to download and listen later.

Share with friends

This entry is part 18 of 33 in the series The Book of Genesis (Wes White)

As we make our way through this study of the Book of Genesis, we are observing and inspecting historical facts and points of interest that God deemed necessary for everyone to know.

It’s safe to assume Moses wrote the Book of Genesis as well as the rest of the Pentateuch so that all of mankind throughout the ages would have record of creation and the Mosaic Law.

But maybe Moses wasn’t projecting that far ahead.

After more than 400 years, the enslaved Israelites may have completely lost all vestiges of their own history, and so, Moses sets about to inform and educate them about who they are and from whence they came.

Additionally, in the five Books of Moses, beginning early on, we can see prophecies that point to Jesus Christ which lead up to the literal advent of Jesus in the New Testament.

And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her seed; he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel.

Genesis 3:15 KJ2000

We will follow that prophetic thread throughout the Old Testament.

I’m Ronald Dart. Now let’s join Wes White for part 18 of his study of Genesis.

Series Navigation<< The Book of Genesis #17The Book of Genesis #19 >>

Author
Wes White

Wes White

Wes White was born and raised in Hammond, Indiana and received a B.A. in Communications from Ambassador College, Pasadena, California. He has taught speech and business courses in a variety of locations and is an often-requested speaker in congregations all over the country. Wes is also a writer and has written dozens of papers on key doctrines and teachings of the Church of God as well as a novel Clan of Lilith: the Oldest Conspiracy.

Click here for more posts by Wes White


You May Also Like:


Image Credits: Senckenberg Research Institute