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The Sin Of Pride - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods” (Genesis 3:5). Satan still hopes to defeat God, and Eve’s descendants still seek to be independent of God, even today. No wonder Paul warned Timothy (and each of us) against...
God's Singing Nature - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... His work of creation, He rested on the first seventh day (Genesis 2:1–3), and when He finished His work of redemption, He rested in a tomb on another Sabbath day (John 19:30,31,42). When His work of restoration is completed, He will rest...
The New Covenant - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... parties involved to abide by the terms of the covenant. (See Genesis 15:10; Jeremiah 34:18,19.) God had made covenants with Abraham and Moses on the part of the people of Israel. He had kept His part of the agreement; but in each case the others...
Creation and the Curse - Article
James Stambaugh, M.DIV. - God's curse on the creation. Its announcement is presented in Genesis 3, but Paul's commentary on it in Romans 8:19-21 is the key to our understanding of this event. We need to determine when Paul said it occurred and to what extent its effect was...
Genesis 15:10: in the midst - Study Note
... in the midst. God was to confirm the covenant to Abram in a most instructive manner. Though God’s promise had been free and unconditional to Abram (premised only on his faith), it would be very costly to God, requiring the death of His...
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