The Genesis Creation Account and Its Reverberations in the New Testament
When the first two chapters of Genesis say that God created our world and the human race in a particular way, did the Bible really mean that? If not, can it really mean what it says about everything else, particularly the grand themes of redemption and eschatology? In this companion volume to one published about creation in the Old Testament, fifteen scholars carry the question into the New Testament. This work provides a detailed cultural, historical, and theological background to the topic and section-by-section exegetical studies of how the creation theme is illuminated by the various New Testament writers. So is creation and the creation account of Genesis 1 and 2 a major theme in the New Testament? This volume answers that question with a resounding “yes.”
Andrews University Press
Berrien Spring, MI
Genesis, creation, the New Testament
Shepherd, Thomas R., "The Genesis Creation Account and Its Reverberations in the New Testament" (2022). All Books. 310.