In the Beginning, God: Creation, Culture, and Spiritual Life

Book, 2009, 124 pp
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With the grace and insight for which she is known, Marva Dawn shows how the opening pages of the book of Genesis rivet our attention on God, calling us to worship and to praise. The repeated words, phrases, and actions themselves beckon us into a rhythm of worship which touches our very souls.

By focusing on God, we become different people--not by trying to perfect a technique or follow a set of rules, but by allowing who God is to form who we are. As a result, our attitudes and actions change toward the world God has created. Our desire for justice swells. Relationships between men and women are transformed.

The consequences of not centering on God are tragic for creation and culture. Yet here Dawn helps us see anew the grace God offers to overcome our rebellious and wandering hearts.

Join in this celebration of praise for the difference God makes.
TypePrint
Topic
AudienceAdults
LanguageEnglish
PublisherInterVarsity Press
ISBN978-0-8308-3707-6

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