Genesis (Straight to the Heart Series: 60 Bite-Sized Insights)
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The Straight to the Heart is a series of devotional commentaries for those who appreciate the insights and sound research found in commentaries but find scholarly writing dry and lacking in personal application. The books in the series do not cover the whole text, but focus on key sections which communicate the main themes of each book. Although the tone is light, the text is full of useful application and backed by substantial scholarship. Its clear, thought-provoking insights will feed both mind and soul.
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Monarch Books
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 7.75 X 5 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Straight to the Heart Commentary
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Genesis is one of the most loved and hated books ever written. Genesis is simply the Greek word for origins. It is the God-inspired history of the world from its inception, and right from the outset it was always controversial.
Straight to the Heart of Genesis is one of a series of devotional commentaries, which allow people to get to grips with each book of the Bible one bite at a time. Phil Moore does not cover the whole of each book, but rather focuses on key sections which together form a useful introduction. There will be 25 volumes in all, each containing 60 readings. The short chapters are punchy and relevant, yet crammed with fascinating scholarship.
"Phil Moore has served us magnificently."
"Most commentaries are dull. These are alive. Most commentaries are for scholars. These are for you "
"Think of these books as the Bible's message distilled for everyone."