by Ernest Lucas
InterVarsity Press, 2001
A research scientist turned theology professor, Ernest Lucas explores the main interpretations of the first few chapters of Genesis.
“Many of us are confused about what Genesis tells us, and how (and why) to approach its ancient story of the origin of the world and mankind. We are usually equally confused about what Genesis is, and what it can and cannot tell us. If we are willing to look for truth and consider other ways of seeing the world, we can emerge from the fog. This book gives a fresh and important approach to some of the deep down questions which trouble us most about where we came from, and why we are here.” –Inter-Varsity Press