Christian Books: Tiptoe Through Genesis: A Unique Adaptation
by Nancy Reuben Greenfield
Christian Books - Tiptoe Through Genesis: A Unique Adaptation Kindle Edition...Available In Paperback & Free With Kindle Unlimited.
Discover why Genesis, the first and most revolutionary book in history, is timelier than ever in this unique adaptation. By carefully condensing long passages of details like lineage and cubits, the author uniquely tiptoes through the original verses of Genesis and brings out their timeless poetry and power.
In its pages you will feel the flow of Creation to Adam and Eve and Cain and Abel. You will really experience Noah and the flood and, as if for the first time, you will meet Abraham and Sarah, Hagar and Ishmael, and Isaac. You will see in a new light the lives of Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob and Esau, Rachel and Leah, and Joseph and his brothers.
This book offers a page-a-day approach that pairs the original text with two questions to spark curiosity and create conversation. It was written for people of all backgrounds and religions.
Light and easy in form and content, this book makes Genesis uniquely accessible and understandable for pre-teen, teen and adult readers whether as individuals, in a study group or classroom setting.
Check Out What One Reader Had To Say Below!!
y Millie Garner on October 18, 2016
If you have not read the book then you are missing out on a great read. It is a workbook/book that reads like a book and is hard to put down. Excellent Ministry Resource.This is the only translation we know of that has each unique Hebrew word matched and mated with a unique English word so that the usage sets forth a meaningful number pattern.
Good to read scriptures that is more close to the original writings
I am enjoying this version of the Word of God. Have used it daily!
Don't at all be afraid to get this bible if you are going to use it as your daily reader. I love the accuracy of the word-for-word translations. Also all the rich history in it! Much info I never knew. This caused me to do some deep studying!
I have read many commentaries over the years, but this one makes the most sense