Has Man Made Life?
Did God Create Chaos? Unresolved Tension in Genesis 1:1-2
Did the Old Testament make use of imagery found in other ancient Near Eastern texts and portray creation as God’s victory over, and transformation of chaos. The article indicates that this understanding is often associated with the expression "tohu wabohu" (Hebr. in Gen. 1:2), translated as"formless and empty," and that many interpretations of Genesis 1:1-2 imply that this chaos existed before God began his work as Creator.
God’s Creative Handiwork
Whatever viewpoint someone holds on the origins of this world involves religious belief. For evolution, man and his mind have become god. Those who believe God created all things lay hold of God's Word by faith. This article considers God's identity as creator, as well as how he created, and what purpose his creation has.
Revolutions in Worldview – The Hebrew World-and-Life View
The goal of this volume is to present the worldview characteristic of different periods of Western thought. Chapter 2 explores the life and worldview of the Hebrew people of the Old Testament. The main aspect of this worldview is the belief that God revealed himself to his elect people.
The God Who Is There – The God Who Made Everything
In Chapter 1 Carson reflects on God as Creator, the one who made everything out of nothing (Genesis 1, Genesis 2). Carson explains how his understanding of Genesis relates to science and the place of man in God’s creation.
Experiencing the Trinity – God the Father
In the two short chapters of Part 1 presented here, the author deals with God the Father and then more specifically with God as Creator and the holiness of God.