--- Genesis ---
What is the book of Genesis really about? From pillars of slat to towers of Babel, it seems to be a collection of stories that neither science nor history. And even the bits we know and love still tell our children are also dark and disturbing. So what is it? Why do we read it? And how do we interpret it today?
Here is an opportunity to read the book of Genesis afresh, with an original introduction by Steven Cottrell which casts new light on one of the oldest of texts.
--- About the Author ---
Steven Cottrell is the Anglican Bishop of Chelmsford and the author of many popular books, including 'Do Nothing to Change Your Life'
--- About the Series ---
'DLT Books of the Bible' are designed to reignite a passion for reading the Bible. A selection of Christian writers and leaders have each been invited to choose a book (or selection of books), and introduce it anew for a modern audience. With this unique platform, they can:
- Explain what most excites them about this book of the Bible
- Encourage you to look deeper into their context and meaning
- Highlight what they've learnt from reading it
- Inspire you to read the book afresh with a new perspective
Famous names who've put pen to paper for the series include:
- R T Kendall (Galatians)
- Rowan Williams (Mark)
- David Adam (Psalms)
- and many more
Each volume in this essential new series contains the text of the selected book, from the New Jerusalem Bible (NJB), one of the most respected and readable modern English translations. Over time, this will build up into an outstanding collection of books a contemporary perspective on what the Bible means to us today, and a wonderful way to rediscover the joy of Bible reading.
Genesis by Stephen Cottrell was published by Darton Longman & Todd in July 2010 and is our 28939th best seller. The ISBN for Genesis is 9780232528053.