Really Useful Guides: Genesis 12-50

Really Useful Guides: Genesis 12-50

£5.99

Get to grips with Genesis 12—50 in an hour!

A guide to the great big family drama that takes up most of the first book of our Bibles. How can you read it wisely, and know what to look out for?

This product will be available as soon as it’s published on
23 October 2020

See all the Really Useful Guides - View all

Title Really Useful Guides: Genesis 12-50
Author Richard S. Briggs
Description

A guide to the great big family drama that takes up most of the first book of our Bibles. How can you read it wisely, and know what to look out for?

This Really Useful Guide to Genesis 12—50 unpacks the fascinating family stories of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. Richard S. Briggs takes us on a tour of these characters’ lives, suggesting different ways of approaching the stories to draw out different facets and looking at how God can be found throughout. With a discussion of the historical background of Genesis and a detailed look at a few key passages, this book will increase your biblical knowledge and make you more aware of God’s presence in everyday life.

Details
  • Product code: 9780857468208
  • Published: 23 October 2020
  • Format: Kindle book
  • Pages: 96
  • Dimensions: 105mm wide and 148mm high

A guide to the great big family drama that takes up most of the first book of our Bibles. How can you read it wisely, and know what to look out for?

This Really Useful Guide to Genesis 12—50 unpacks the fascinating family stories of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. Richard S. Briggs takes us on a tour of these characters’ lives, suggesting different ways of approaching the stories to draw out different facets and looking at how God can be found throughout. With a discussion of the historical background of Genesis and a detailed look at a few key passages, this book will increase your biblical knowledge and make you more aware of God’s presence in everyday life.

Revd Dr Richard S. Briggs is director of biblical studies at Cranmer Hall, Durham, and lectures in Old Testament. He is also the academic librarian for St John’s College and currently serves as associate minister in two local parishes.