Genesis 1-11 is foundational to the Christian faith. If we are to truly have a Christian world view, we need to understand the creation (and God's sovereignty over creation), the fall of man (and our our need for a savior and the promise of the savior), the flood (and God's hatred of wickedness, His grace and His faithfulness), and even the tower of Babel (and God's sovereignty over the nations). Having a biblical worldview means thinking biblically about worldview issues, And these issues are all addressed in the opening chapters of Genesis.
As we work through these chapters verse by verse, our focus won't be on arguing for the varacity of the text (see 2 Timothy 3:16-17) or interacting with the world's criticisms of these texts, rather we will focus on understanding these texts; what they say, what they meant to the original readers, and what Jesus and the Apostles thought about them.
If you want to bolster your biblical worldview or to simply learn what this vitally important portion of Scripture says, join us Sundays at 11:00 for this important and encouraging study.