Johannes G. Vos developed these studies in Genesis during his pastorate in a Kansas farming community. Later, they were published in his theological journal Blue Banner Faith and Life. For the first time, these articles, which originally appeared over a period of three years, have been collected and published as a single volume. 166 Lessons with review questions.
"Vos's study of Genesis is a church-friendly, theologically conservative, and scholarly tool for the busy pastor who is looking for a Reformed treatment of the first book of the Bible. It is highly recommended for layperson use in Sunday school classes or small group discussions."
"The reformed community is indebted to this man and in this commentary you will find out why. He was and continues to be not the theologians theologian but the people's theologian,"
"J. G. Vos is a sure-footed guide to Genesis and the passage of the years has only added lustre to his legendary skill for crisp and clear popular exposition of the Bible and its teachings. Those of us who knew him personally and profited from his teaching and his fellowship, can only give thanks that, in this volume, 'he being dead still speaks' (Hebrews 11:4), so that a new generation may be blessed by the fruit of his labors and pointed to the Savior he loved to proclaim."
"J. G. Vos was a distinguished theologian and churchman and the reprinting of his commentary on Genesis is welcome indeed. He writes clearly and with great insight into God's Word."
"The combination of commentary and questions for review and study make this a most useful contribution to anyone's personal library."
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