A proper understanding of Genesis 1 is foundational to genuine reverence and love for the creator of heaven and earth. In these three studies, the renowned Old Testament scholar E. J. Young provides analysis of the first chapter of Genesis, with special reference to the relationship between verses 1 and 2-3, the days of Genesis, and the so-called "framework" hypothesis. The treatment of this subject is thorough and Biblically sound. Ministers and advanced bible scholars would do well to study this treatise and have it in their libraries. The author’s conservative position is refreshing in the midst of abundant liberal works on creation and evolution.
This book is for more advanced study of issues related to Genesis One.
Paperback, 112 pages
Edward J. Young (Th.B., Th.M., Westminster Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Dropsie College) taught Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary from 1936 until his sudden death in 1968. He was respected around the world for his depth of research, his reading knowledge of thirty or more languages, and his faithful interpretation of the inerrant Word of God.