Connecting Faith to Life on Planet Earth:
This is the Story of God’s Perfect Creation, Its Corruption through Evil, and God’s Work of Restoration
Genesis to Revelation Bible Study
11 Lessons with scientific evidence to support the biblical account
Are you bothered by the conflicting messages you get from what the Bible teaches about God’s creation of everything and what the world says happened?
When you look around and see so much evil, conflict, and trouble in the world, do you wonder how this place we call home got so bad? Do you long to know what God’s original creation might have been like? Are you hopeful that there is something better in the future? To get answers to those questions, you must start in Genesis, the first book in the Bible. That means we must first give the biblical text a chance to give answers to our questions about origins. Then, recognize quality scientific and historical information that supports the biblical text.
Through Connecting Faith to Life on Planet Earth, study Genesis 1-11 in detail then God’s work of restoration in the rest of the Bible. Knowing how the Bible ties everything together will help you connect your faith to life as you see it around you. And God’s promise of restoration will give you hope for today and for the future.
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What women are saying about this study:
I learned so much from this study. (Connie)
- Institute for Creation Research (creation science research group with biblical integrity)
When you look around and see so much evil, conflict, and trouble in the world, do you wonder how this place we call home got so bad? Do you long to know what God’s original creation might have been like? Are you hopeful that there is something better in the future? This study will answer those questions. Creation, Corruption, and Restoration starts with Genesis 1-11. Nearly every Biblical doctrine is based on Genesis 1-11. You begin with the story of God’s perfect creation followed by its corruption through evil. From there, you will see how the rest of the Bible carries out the theme of God’s work of restoring His creation back to perfection. The themes of CREATION and RESTORATION are consistent from the first book, Genesis, to the last book, Revelation.
God’s work of creation and restoration is for your life as well. When you trust in Him, you are made into a new creation and brought into a relationship that restores what God wanted for all humans when He made us. Doing this study will grow your appreciation for who God is and all that God has promised for your future. Knowing how the Bible ties everything together will help you connect your faith to life as you see it around you. Will you let God’s promise of restoration give you hope for today and the future?
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