The 52 Greatest Stories of the Bible: The First Story (Genesis 1-2)

The 52 Greatest Stories of the Bible: The First Story (Genesis 1-2)

Ken Boa introduces a new teaching series, which hits the highlights of Scripture from the beginning to the end in order to help connect the dots between biblical texts. These texts hold truths, promises, and lessons applicable to our lives today; together, they form a single story arc, the Big Story, which tells of God’s matchless greatness, and His love for and redemption of humanity. The first teaching is the creation story, taken from Genesis 1 and 2.

Based on Ken’s book coauthored with John Alan Turner (BakerBooks, 2008), this series contains the following elements:

  • Story (narrative)
  • Beliefs (orthodoxy)
  • Values (orthopathy)
  • Actions (orthopraxy)

The book upon which this series is based can be purchased in the Ken Boa store. Buy it now. [vector_icon icon=”fas fa-arrow-circle-right” color=”#dd9933″]

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