Setting the Stage for the Entire Bible: Genesis 1–3
Genesis 1–3: Bible Study Lessons is an in-depth study of the most foundational, yet most controversial chapters of the Bible. In the first three chapters of the Bible we meet Adam, Eve, the animals, and all the elements that compose our world. We also see a picture of every human—how we are tempted and how we succumb to temptation.
But Genesis 1–3 contains ideas that are controversial for many in light of contemporary science. Where is the controversy and what are the different views? This study will guide readers through this fascinating yet demanding terrain by explaining various interpretations and scientific theories with fairness and respect.
Genesis 1–3: Bible Study Lessons is an intellectual and devotional guide that will challenge both the mind and heart. This guide includes 23 lessons, 3 quizzes, 1 test, and an answer key. (Available in PDF, paperback, or Kindle.)
Flawless People and a Faithful God: Genesis 4–50
In this companion volume, Genesis 4–50: Bible Study Lessons introduces us to the patriarchs and matriarchs of Israel’s faith. Abel, Noah, Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebekah, Jacob and Leah and Rachel, and Joseph—they all lived by faith yet endured great challenges. Their stories are filled with intense human drama: sibling rivalries, murder, abduction, romance, passionate prayer, fierce wrestling, meaningful dreams, betrayal, and false accusation.
But through their lives we see God’s faithfulness from one generation to the next even during a great flood and severe famine.
Genesis 4–50: Bible Study Lessons is a self-study Bible course for high school homeschool students and anyone who wants an in-depth guide to the first book of the Bible. It includes 34 lessons, 3 quizzes, 3 tests, and an answer key. (Available in PDF and paperback.)
A Unique Devotional
Seeing the Invisible God: 52 Biblical Reflections on Divine Anatomy provides a unique and insightful journey through the Bible and Christian theology. By focusing on the biblical references to divine anatomy (e.g., God’s face, eyes, ears, hand, etc.), the 52 reflections offer:
- Solid biblical content: from the story of Jacob’s wrestling match in Genesis to the appearance of Christ in Revelation
- A strong devotional emphasis: reflections include content that touches the heart
- A focus on Christ: Ultimately, for Christians, Jesus is the key to seeing the invisible God
- Engagement with various biblical controversies and translation challenges: the Bible has been interpreted for 2,000 years by Christian leaders who have not always agreed with each other
- A theological wrestling match: the final four reflections struggle with the question, Does God really have a human body?
Seeing the Invisible God is an all-in-one biblical, devotional, and theological resource.
For Classroom Teachers
I condensed my experience of serving as a high school Bible teacher into A Guide for High School Bible Teachers. This guide includes thirteen lessons to aid teachers in their daily work. Lessons begin with a broad overview of the field of education and compulsory schooling to help teachers understand the context of their role. Lessons continue with job-hunting tips, goals for Bible teaching, pitfalls of Bible teaching, tips for navigating the pitfalls, classroom management strategies, reasons to expose students to biblical controversy, nineteen icebreakers, sixteen assignments for the mind, eleven assignments for the heart, five assignments for the hands, and the importance of review.
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