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Chart from recommended resource Jensen's Survey of the OT - used by permission
|Summary Chart of
The Book of Genesis
|Topics||Beginning of the Human Race
(Race As A Whole)
|Beginning of the Hebrew Race
(Family of Abraham)
|Faithfulness of Mankind
|Faithfulness of One Man's Family
From Eden to Ur
From Canaan to Egypt
(20% of Genesis)
|About 300 Years
193 Yr in Canaan, 93 Yr in Egypt
(80% of Genesis)
Explanation - Most of the resources below are newer commentaries (written after 1970) and other Bible resources which previously were available only for purchase in book form or in a Bible computer program. The resources are made freely available by archive.org but have several caveats - (1) they do not allow copy and paste, (2) they can only be checked out for one hour (but can be checked out immediately when your hour expires giving you time to read or take notes on a lengthy section) and (3) they require creating an account which allows you to check out the books free of charge. To set up an account click archive.org and then click the picture of the person in right upper corner and enter email and a password. That's all you have to do. Then you can read these more modern resources free of charge! I have read or used many of these resources but not all of them so ultimately you will need to be a Berean (Acts 17:11+) as you use them. I have also selected works that are conservative and Biblically sound. If you find one that you think does not meet those criteria please send an email at https://www.preceptaustin.org/
"R. Kent Hughes, respected pastor and author of many other commentaries in this series, takes readers back to the beginning of the Bible and moves through Genesis with careful exegesis. He explores the superbly crafted structure of the book as well as the weighty themes it contains. For those who preach, teach, and study God’s Word, this exceptionally detailed work will reveal much about the beginnings of God’s great story."
Cyril Barber - This well-outlined exposition of 702 pp. (replete with an index of Hughes’ sermon illustrations) gives evidence of careful preparation. The stories in the book of Genesis are well-known to us, and here they receive fresh analysis and application. Hughes’ critique of human nature is prominent throughout, and he boldly points out the origin of our rebellion against God and continued sinfulness. Also prominent is God’s grace freely bestowed upon His undeserving creatures. Preachers will find that this work contains an abundance
The Genesis Record : a Scientific and Devotional Commentary - by Dr Henry Morris
Cyril Barber on Morris' The Genesis Record : a Scientific and Devotional Commentary (It can be borrowed) - Valuable as corollary reading. Of great importance for the scientific data that has been included in the author's exposition. Should be consulted by all who wish to be well-informed on the issues alluded to by Moses.
The Henry Morris KJV Study Bible is an invaluable apologetic Bible study tool for the defense of the Christian faith, including biblical creationism, that highlights the foundational truths of Genesis found in all the other 65 books of the KJV Bible. The comprehensive apologetic study bible notes provide answers to questions related to doctrinal issues, as well as scientific matters, such as geology, earth history, astronomy, biology, and other sciences.
The Genesis Flood : the Biblical Record and its Scientific Implications - John Whitcomb and Henry Morris 469 ratings
Over 250,000 copies sold. This anniversary edition celebrates 50 years of Whitcomb and Morris's biblically-based system of creationism and catastrophism that unifies and correlates scientific data from early earth history a modern creationist classic.
Derek Kidner not only provides a verse-by-verse exegetical commentary but also lucidly handles the tough issues that Genesis raises. Focusing on the study of Genesis on its own terms, as "a living whole," he highlights the theological themes of the nature of God, humankind, and salvation. In this volume, formerly part of the Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries series, Kidner's clear prose and theological insight will expand readers' understanding of God's character and of humanity's nature and destiny.
James Rosscup - It is evident that much study lies behind this concisely stated commentary in the Tyndale series. Kidner has packed in a lot of understanding of word meanings, movements of thought in different parts of Genesis, customs, God’s purposes, and relationship to other parts of Scripture. It is a solid but brief work. Cf. his works also on Psalms and Proverbs.
Paradise to Prison : studies in Genesis by Davis, John J
Paradise to Prison is a commentary, textbook and complete study guide to the book of Genesis. In very readable fashion the author explores the lives of the patriarchs as well as important doctrinal themes. Each chapter is carefully documented and sources from archaeology and ancient Near Eastern history are freely used. The writer's premise is that no other ancient literature surviving the ravages of time can rightly be compared to Genesis with its unsurpassed theological perspectives and vivid profiles of early man.
Cyril Barber - An indispensable aid to the study of Genesis by one whose archaeological, historical, and philological expertise places him in the forefront of evangelical scholars today. Recommended.
James Rosscup - A simple, broad survey by a conservative who tends to give some good comments but at times not nail down his view to explain a matter (cf. his survey of four views on days in Genesis 1, then leaving the matter hanging, and not commenting on how long God rested in 2:1–3; or his not choosing a preference on “sons of God” on Genesis 6 after a shallow consideration of issues). However, in a concise treatment he does touch on many of the problems.
Rosscup - This is a republication of the 1975 study guide of 152 pp. A staunch conservative offers a quick survey in basic information, often resolving main problems briefly. He leaves open the length of the days in Genesis 1, employs a detailed outline, and primarily assists lay readers and students looking for a terse review. A fine, brief evangelical survey of the main flow of the book, with a number of quite helpful comments on problem areas most readers want to see discussed. Among the briefer works this is one of the best.
Genesis. 1-15 by Wenham, Gordon J
Cyril Barber - This is a work of remarkable erudition. While some will consult it solely to ascertain whether or not Wenham agrees with them on some disputed point, the value of this commentary extends to the writer's discussion of the theology of Genesis, as well as his citation of important contemporary literary sources. While thoroughly conversant with the Documentary Hypothesis, only rarely does Wenham include this information in his treatment of these chapters. This is an exemplary work, and we look forward with anticipation to the publication of vol. 2.)
Rosscup - Wenham gives much readable and good information on the Hebrew text, word study, exegesis and insightful exposition. He is somewhat freed from traditional critical views and holds to historicity of events and persons. He does not deny theories that different strands of literary composition have led to the Genesis we know, but is skeptical toward this. He places his stress on the canonical text as a unity. Despite this, many conservatives wonder what kind of evangelical he is when he uses J and P, not clearly explaining how his usage departs from the intent usually involved in these designations. His claims that certain P material, so-called, was earlier or later than J material will be regarded as arbitrary and speculative.
Genesis. 16-50 by Wenham, Gordon J
Cyril Barber - Aims at accuracy in interpreting the original text. Here is a work of exceptional merit. It abounds in preaching values, and is to be highly recommended.
Rosscup - In volume 2, beneficial introductory sections discuss the patriarchs’ historical setting, chronology and religion, and Egytian background for Joseph. Wenham handles well Abraham’s intercession for Sodom, and has a mixture of good and unnecessary reading into the offering of Isaac (cf. waffling on 22:5), as well as dubious suggestions (32:30; 37:4 among others). But usually remarks are very profitable. In 44:5 more data could help in regard to Joseph’s using of a divining cup (424). As is typical of the WBC, a reader finds a very fine listing of serious literature on each biblical section.
Wiersbe's Expository Outlines on the Old Testament by Wiersbe, Warren W 113 ratings
"Even the most difficult Scriptures come alive as Warren Wiersbe leads you book-by-book through the Old Testament and helps you to see the "big picture" of God's revelation. In this unique volume, you will find: • Introductions and/or outlines for every Old Testament book • Practical expositions of strategic chapters • Special studies on key topics, relating the Old Testament to the New Testament • Easy-to-understand expositions that are practical, preachable, and teachable If you have used Dr. Wiersbe's popular BE series, you know how simple and practical his Bible studies are, with outlines that almost teach themselves. If not, you can now discover a wonderful new resource. This work is a unique commentary on every book of the Old Testament. It contains new material not to be found in the BE series.
"A fresh approach which not only offers trustworthy exposition, but also provides a book-by-book, chapter-by-chapter tour through the glory of the Bible. This highly readable personal "conversation" with Scripture guides you through each book, helping you reap the rich, life-changing applications on every page. You will be encouraged to develop your own personal Bible reading program and learn the power of meditation on its truth."
Note: The first 3 Study Bibles have no time restriction and allow copy and paste function:
(1) KJV Bible Commentary - Hindson, Edward E; Kroll, Woodrow Michael. Over 3000 pages of the entire OT/NT. Well done conservative commentary that interprets Scripture from a literal perspective. Pre-millennial. User reviews - it generally gets 4/5 stars from users.
Very well done conservative commentary that interprets Scripture from a literal perspective user reviews
The King James Version Bible Commentary is a complete verse-by-verse commentary. It is comprehensive in scope, reliable in scholarship, and easy to use. Its authors are leading evangelical theologians who provide practical truths and biblical principles. Any Bible student will gain new insights through this one-volume commentary based on the timeless King James Version of the Bible.
(2) The King James Study Bible Second Edition 2240 pages (2013) (Thomas Nelson) General Editor - Edward Hindson with multiple contributing editors. Pre-millennial. See introduction on How to Use this Study Bible.
(3) NKJV Study Bible: New King James Version Study Bible (formerly "The Nelson Study Bible - NKJV") by Earl D Radmacher; Ronald Barclay Allen; Wayne H House. 2345 pages. (1997, 2007). Very helpful notes. Conservative. Pre-millennial.
Bible Knowledge Commentary - Old Testament - 1608 pages. Dallas Theological Seminary Faculty. Conservative. Evangelical.
Wycliffe Bible Commentary - Charles Pfeiffer - 1560 pages (1962). Less detailed than the KJV Bible Commentary. Conservative.
"Drawing on more than 40 years of study, Dr. David Jeremiah has compiled a legacy resource that will make an eternal impact on generations to come. 8,000 study notes. Hundreds of enriching word studies"50+ Essentials of the Christian Faith" articles."
The NIV Study Bible by Barker, Kenneth L; Burdick, Donald W (1995) 2250 pages. Note this is the first edition. This resource has been fully revised in 2020.
Zondervan NIV Study Bible - (2011) 2570 pages - Use this one if available as it has more notes than edition below. One hour limit
HCSB Study Bible : Holman Christian Standard Bible - General Editor Jeremy Royal Howard (2010) 2360 pages. Conservative. Good notes. Include Holmans excellent maps. One hour limit
Life Application Study Bible: Old Testament and New Testament: New Living Translation. Has some very helpful notes especially with application of texts. 4,445 ratings One hour limit
The Apologetics Study Bible Understand Why You Believe by Norman Geisler
Dictionary of Biblical Imagery - free for use online with no restrictions (i.e., you do not need to borrow this book). Editors Leland Ryken, J C Wilhoit, Tremper Longman III - This is a potential treasure chest to aid your preaching and teaching as it analyzes the meaning of a host of Biblical figures of speech. Clue - use the "One-page view" which then allows you to copy and paste text. One downside is there is no index, so you need to search 3291 pages for entries which are alphabetical.
Multiple Resources by Renowned Creationist Henry Morris
- Some Call it Science: the Religion of Evolution by Morris, Henry M.
- A history of modern creationism by Morris, Henry
- Scientific creationism by Henry Morris
- 5 reasons to believe in recent creation by Morris, Henry M.
- The scientific case for creation by Morris, Henry M
- Creation and the modern Christian by Morris, Henry M
- The beginning of the world by Morris, Henry M
- The twilight of evolution by Morris, Henry M.
- The Bible and modern science by Morris, Henry M
- Creation: acts, facts, impacts by Morris, Henry M
- The big three : major events that changed history forever by Morris, Henry
- After Eden : understanding creation, the curse, and the cross by Morris, Henry M
- The long war against God : the history and impact of the creation/evolution conflict by Morris, Henry M
- The book of beginnings : a practical guide to understand and teach Genesis by Morris, Henry M
- Your origins matter by Morris, Henry M.
- The modern creation trilogy by Morris, Henry
- The troubled waters of evolution by Morris, Henry
- Science, scripture, and the young earth: an answer to current arguments against the Biblical doctrine of recent creation by Morris, Henry M.
- Men of science, men of God : great scientists who believed the Bible by Morris, Henry M
- The Bible has the answer : practical Biblical discussions of 100 frequent questions by Morris, Henry M.
In the beginning : Genesis Nelson Impact Bible Study Guide
The Nelson Impact Bible Study series will introduce in-depth Bible study to Christian laypeople. Each book will help readers experience the true meaning of the messages in the book of Genesis, and in turn, empower the reader to truly make a difference in the world for Christ. Designed for individual or group study, the study guide will provide a foundation for Bible study and encourage the reader to return to the Bible. All necessary background information will be given so that the reader needs only a Bible and the study guide. The messages will be thorough but easily understood and will be complimented by application questions to guide the readers into a deeper relationship with the Bible that will impact their lives with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jensen's Survey of Bible - Old Testament and New Testament (online) by Jensen, Irving This is an outstanding resource and a great place to begin your study on any book of the Bible.
Genesis and Archaeology by Vos, Howard Frederic
Howard F. Vos has had a distinguished career as an expert in historical, geographical, biblical, and archeological research. A prolific author and editor, he is responsible for twenty-five books that are standards in their field, including the Wycliffe Bible Dictionary. He has traveled extensively in the Bible lands and excavated many sites in Israel. Vos is currently Emeritus Professor of History and Archaeology at The King's College in New York.
"Readers who desire a more intimate knowledge of the historical context of the Bible will appreciate the NIV Archaeological Study Bible. Full of informative articles and full-color photographs of places and objects from biblical times, this Bible examines the archaeological record surrounding God’s Word and brings the biblical world to life. Readers’ personal studies will be enriched as they become more informed about the empires, places, and peoples of the ancient world. Features include: • Four-color interior throughout • Bottom-of-page study notes exploring passages that speak on archaeological and cultural facts • Articles (520) covering five main categories: Archaeological Sites, Cultural and Historical Notes, Ancient Peoples and Lands, the Reliability of the Bible, and Ancient Texts and Artifacts • Approximately 500 4-color photographs interspersed throughout • Detailed book introductions that provide basic, at-a-glance information • Detailed charts on pertinent topics • In-text color maps that assist the reader in placing the action "
Genesis for Everyone by Goldingay, John Only Genesis 17-50.
Explore The Book - Genesis to Joshua - PDF - J.Sidlow Baxter:
The Jewish Study Bible - Only OT - Interesting Jewish perspective.
Genesis 16-33 by McGee, J. Vernon
The Early Earth: An Introduction to Biblical Creationism by Whitcomb, John C 18 ratings
First published in 1972, The Early Earth has established itself as one of the most illuminating books defending biblical creationism. Whitcomb’s stellar defense of biblical creationism.
The Moon : its creation, form and significance by Whitcomb, John C
The World that Perished, a forceful sequel to The Genesis Flood and companion to The Early Earth, radiates an unshakeable faith in the authority of the Word of God. Whitcomb maintains with vigor that the Bible declares and affirms a supernatural, catastrophic flood of worldwide proportions, a declaration corroborated by scientific observations that are not warped by a uniformitarian bias in geology.
From the lives of Adam, Abel, Isaac, Joseph and many other Biblical characters, Dr. DeHaan develops pictures that foreshadow Christ and His ministry. A fascinating study of Old Testament typology, Portraits of Christ in Genesis relates deep theological truths in language easily understood by the laymen. This is Dr. DeHaan's parting message to the world. Shortly after he completed the manuscript for this book, and even before the series was completed on the air, Dr. DeHaan went to his heavenly reward. At his memorial service telegrams from fellow radio preachers were received praising and recommending the teaching ministry of this great man of God.
The Experiencing God Study Bible : the Bible for knowing and doing the will of God - Blackaby, Henry (1996) 1968 pages - CHECK THIS ONE! Each chapter begins with several questions under the title "PREPARE TO MEET GOD." Then you will interesting symbols before many of the passages. The chapter ends with a "DID YOU NOTICE?" question. This might make a "dry chapter" jump off the page! Read some of the 48 ratings
Stories that live : 6 Bible stories for God's little people by Enns, Peter;
The Book of Genesis, an Exposition by Erdman, Charles R.
Cyril Barber - First published in 1950, this handy overview of Moses' first book traces the main theme and reveals the relevance of this portion of God's Word through the leading characters.
Nelson's Expository Dictionary of the Old Testament by Unger, Merrill
Dictionary of deities and demons in the Bible (DDD) - 950 pages (1995) Read some of the 65 ratings (4.8/5 Stars). A definitive in depth resource on this subject. Very expensive to purchase.
Archaeology and the Bible - OT and NT - only 123 pages. No division by books. Strictly confines itself to discussion of archaeology.
Unger's bible handbook : a best-selling guide to understanding the bible by Unger, Merrill F
Halley's Bible Handbook Henry H. Halley - (2000) 2720 pages (much larger than original edition in 1965 and no time limit on use). (Halley's Bible handbook : an abbreviated Bible commentary - one hour limit 1965 872 pages)
Rosscup - A much-used older evangelical handbook bringing together a brief commentary on Bible books, some key archaeological findings, historical background, maps, quotes, etc. It is helpful to a lay Bible teacher, Sunday School leader, or pastor looking for quick, pertinent information on a Bible book. This is the 72nd printing somewhat revised. Halley packed in much information. Unger’s is better overall, but that is not to say that Halley’s will not provide much help on basic information.
The Shaw Pocket Bible Handbook - Editor - Walter Elwell (1984) 408 pages.
"This hardback is small in size but packed full of content: Brief summaries of every book of the bible, cultural, archaeological and historical info, word definitions, pictures, maps and charts." Worth checking!
Hard Sayings of the Bible - Walter Kaiser
HEBREW WORD STUDY RESOURCES
Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament by Harris, R. Laird - (5/5 Stars) One of the best OT lexicons for studying Hebrew words.
Here is another link to the TWOT which has no time limit on use and does allow copy and paste. Can be downloaded as PDF.
- Genesis 3:1-6 The Origin and Fact of the First Human Sin
- Genesis 3:6 Why Did God Permit Sin?
- Genesis 3:7-15 The Way Back To God
- Genesis 3:16-24 The Consequences Of The Fall
CAMBRIDGE BIBLE FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
ROBERT S CANDLISH
STEVEN COLE - highly recommended
- How Temptation Works (Genesis 3:1-7)
- Where Are You? (Genesis 3:7-15)
- The Curse and The Covering (Genesis 3:16-24)
W A CRISWELL
- Genesis 3:9 The Beginning of Grace
- Genesis 3-5 The Eternal Conflict
- Genesis 3:14 The Beginning and the End of Satan
- Genesis 3:21 Theology of Atonement
- Genesis 3:7-11 Why Does God Hide Himself?
- Genesis 3: The Beginning and the End of Death
- Genesis 3:21-24 The Beginning and the End of Grace
- Genesis 3:16-19 The Beginning and the End of Sorrows
- Genesis 3:20 The Seed of the Woman
JOHN CUMMING - 1854
AUGUST DILMAN - 1897
J LIGON DUNCAN III, et. al.
- Christmas Viewed from Afar: Eden Genesis 3:1-24 Derek Thomas
- The Seed of the Woman Genesis 3:1-24 David Strain
- The Seed Genesis 3:1-19
- The Fall 1 Genesis 3:1-7
- Christmas Viewed from Afar - The Promised Seed Genesis 3:8-19 Derek Thomas
- The Promised Seed Genesis 3:8
- Nine Lessons and Carols - Christmas from Afar Genesis 3:8-19 Derek Thomas
- The Blessings of the Curses Genesis 3:14-24
EXPLORE THE BIBLE
JAMIESON, FAUSSET, BROWN
F C COOK, EDITOR (1871)
S R DRIVER
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE - Marcus Dods
ARNO C. GAEBELEIN
GRACE NOTES - 892 pages
- Genesis Verse by Verse - Pastor William E Wenstrom - 27 pages
- 750 Quiz Questions on the Book of Genesis
L M GRANT
- Were Adam and Eve saved? How many children did Adam and Eve have? When were Adam and Eve created?
- Who was Eve in the Bible?
- What does it mean that God gave humanity dominion over the animals?
- Why did God use Adam's rib to create Eve?
- What does it mean that a wife is supposed to be a helpmeet / help meet?
- Was Satan the serpent in Genesis chapter 3?
- Was Adam with Eve when she spoke to the serpent (Genesis 3:6)?
- What is the meaning of the tree of life?
- Was Adam and Eve's sin really about eating a piece of forbidden fruit?
- Did God literally and visibly walk in the garden (Genesis 3:8)?
- How is a woman’s desire for her husband a curse (Genesis 3:16)?
- Why didn’t Adam and Eve immediately die for their sin (Genesis 3)?
- Why did God punish women with pain in childbirth (Genesis 3:16)?
- Is it wrong to reduce birth pains by taking pain relievers?
- What is the Adamic covenant?
- What is the Protoevangelium?
- Did we all inherit sin from Adam and Eve?
- How did the Fall affect humanity?
- What is the location of the Garden of Eden?
- Why did God put the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden?
- Why didn't Adam and Eve find it strange that a serpent was talking to them?
- How did the knowledge of good and evil make man like God (Genesis 3:22)?
- Why was it wrong for Adam and Eve to know good and evil (Genesis 3:22)?
- Why did God have the cherubim guard just the east side of Eden (Genesis 3:24)?
GOSPEL COALITION - Genesis Resources
- Genesis Messages - mostly Mp3 - following have transcripts
- Sin and the Fall Reddit Andrews III Genesis 3 - 26 page booklet
- Protoevangelium of Genesis 3:15 Dante Spencer
T Edmond Alexander
- The Story of the Earth’s First Humans (2:4–4:26)
- The Human Couple in the Garden of Eden (2:4–25)
- Adam and Eve Betray God (3:1–24)
W H GRIFFITH-THOMAS
WILLIAM H GREEN 1895
JAMES HASTINGS GREAT TEXTS OF THE BIBLE
- Genesis 3:6-13 Flimsy Excuses
- Genesis 3:17-19 Work: Sweet or Sweat?
- Genesis 3:20; 4:1 Eve: The Mother of All Living
S LEWIS JOHNSON
LOWELL JOHNSON - sermons
- The Invasion of Planet Earth Genesis 3:1-7
- The Blame Game Genesis 3:8-19
- Farewell to Paradise Genesis 3:20-24
KEIL & DELITZSCH
- Genesis 3 Busenitz, Irvin A. “Woman’s Desire for Man: Genesis 3:16 Reconsidered,” Grace Theological Journal 7.2 (1986) 203-12.
- Genesis 3 Foh, Susan T. "What Is the Woman's Desire?" Westminster Theological Journal 37 (1974/75) 376-83.
- Genesis 2-3 Stefanovic, Zdravko. “The Great Reversal: Thematic Links between Genesis 2 and 3,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 32.1-2 (1994) 47-56.
- Genesis 3 Woudstra, M. H. “Recent Translations of Genesis 3:15,” Calvin Theological Journal 6 (1971) 194-203.
- Genesis 3:15 The Skull Crushing Seed of the Woman: Inner-Biblical Interpretation of Genesis 3:15 James Hamilton
- Genesis 3:15 Spencer, Dante - Protoevangelium of Genesis 3:15
- I. Adam, or Man - also on this page the topics below
- II. Man's Way
- III. The Fruit of Man's Way
- IV. The Remedy for Man
- Genesis 3:1 The Serpent
- Western Traditions of the Serpent and the Fall
- Eastern Traditions of the Fall
- Man After the Fall
- Genesis 3
PAUL E KRETZMANN - Lutheran Perspective
GARY KUKIS These Pdf files are very in depth studies including several Bible translations, word studies and comments.
H C LEUPOLD
LIGONIER - Devotionals
- The Crafty Serpent Genesis 3:1a
- The Forbidden Fruit Genesis 3:1b-5
- The Crafty Serpent Genesis 3:1–5
- The Covenant of Grace Genesis 3
- Covenant of Works II Genesis 3
- Covenant of Works, Part 2 Genesis 3
- And He Ate Devotional Genesis 3:6-7
- The Loss And Restoration Of Liberty Genesis 3:6-7
- They Hid Themselves Genesis 3:8
- Where Are You? Genesis 3:9-10
- The Truth Comes Out Genesis 3:11-13
- Genesis 3:1-7 What is Sin?
- Genesis 3:1-7 The Breadth and Depth of Sin
- Genesis 3:1-7 The Origin of Evil
- Genesis 3:1-5 The Fall of Man - 1
- Genesis 3:6-7 The Fall of Man - 2
- Genesis 3:8-13 Confrontation in Eden
- Genesis 3:14-15 The Curse on the Serpent - 1
- Genesis 3:14-15 The Curse on the Serpent - 2
- Genesis 3:16 The Curse on the Woman - 1
- Genesis 3:16 The Curse on the Woman - 2
- Genesis 3:17-19 The Curse on the Man - 1
- Genesis 3:17-19 The Curse on the Man - 2
- Genesis 3:20-24 The First Sacrifice
- Genesis 3:20-21 The Promise of Redemption - 1
- Genesis 3:20-24 The Promise of Redemption - 2
J VERNON MCGEE
C H MACKINTOSH
J MIKE MINNIX
G CAMPBELL MORGAN
HENRY MORRIS - BORROW The Defender's Study Bible : King James Version
- Genesis 3:1 serpent subtil he said hath God said
- Genesis 3:3 touch it
- Genesis 3:4 the serpent
- Genesis 3:5 be as gods knowing good and evil
- Genesis 3:6 make one wise he did eata
- Genesis 3:7 naked fig leaves
- Genesis 3:8 walking in the garden
- Genesis 3:10 hid myself
- Genesis 3:11 Hast thou eaten
- Genesis 3:14 cursed above all cattle
- Genesis 3:15 enmity between thee her seed bruise thy head bruise his heel
- Genesis 3:16 multiply thy sorrow rule over thee
- Genesis 3:17 unto Adam cursed is the ground for thy sake
- Genesis 3:18 thistles
- Genesis 3:19 sweat of thy face dust thou art
- Genesis 3:20 Eve all living
- Genesis 3:21 coats of skin
- Genesis 3:22 as one of us tree of life live for ever
- Genesis 3:23 sent him forth
- Genesis 3:24 Cherubims
J G MURPHY
- Genesis 3 - A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Genesis, with a new translation (1867)
OUR DAILY BREAD
- Genesis 3:1-6 Too Strict
- Genesis 3:1–10 God Calling
- Genesis 3:1–13 God’s Care for Us
- Genesis 3:1-7 Did You Say No?
- Genesis 3 Will We Pass The Test?
- Genesis 3:1-6 Doubting God
- Genesis 3:1-13 The Chimp’s Birthday Card
- Genesis 3:1-7 God Is Good
- Genesis 3:17-24 The Forest And The Tree.
- Genesis 3:1-8 The Choice
- Genesis 3:1-6 Too Strict
- Genesis 3:5 Beware Of What You Want
- Genesis 3:6-13,22-24 The Big Stink
- Genesis 3:6-24 Nowhere to Hide
- Genesis 3:7-13 Hiding From God
- Genesis 3:8–17 Listening to God
- Genesis 3:9-19 You Can’t Say That!
- Genesis 3:9 Hide-and-Seek
- Genesis 3:15 The Great Crescendo
- Genesis 3:1-10 Where Are You
- Genesis 3:1–7 Watchful and Alert
- Genesis 3:1-8 Is He Good?
- Genesis 3:8 Eyes Tightly Shut
- Genesis 3:1 Drifting Away
A W PINK - Gleanings in Genesis
- Genesis 3:1-13 Abortion and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil
- Genesis 3:1-5 The Fall of Satan and the Victory of Christ
- Genesis 3:16, 4:7 Manhood & Womanhood Conflict & Confusion After the Fall
PREACHER'S HOMILETICAL COMMENTARY - JOSEPH EXELL - THOMAS H LEALE
- Genesis 3:1-7 Snake Eyes: The Four Stages of Temptation
- Genesis 3:1-7 Snake Eyes
- Genesis 3:7-19 The Wages of Sin: Why Nothing Works Right
- Genesis 3:15 Christ B.C. Part I: Seed of the Woman
- Genesis 3:15 Seed of the Woman
- "One Little Word Shall Fell Him"- What the Cross Meant to Satan
- Genesis 3:15 Christmas in Eden
- Genesis 3 Equal but Not Identical: The Role of Men and Women In The Church
- Genesis 1-3 Men and Women in Biblical Perspective
- Genesis 3:20-24 Farewell to Paradise: Cast Out That We Might Someday Return
RADIO BIBLE CLASS
REFORMATION STUDY BIBLE
- Gen 3
- Gen 3:1
- Gen 3:2–5
- Gen 3:5
- Gen 3:6
- Gen 3:7–11
- Gen 3:7
- Gen 3:8
- Gen 3:9
- Gen 3:10
- Gen 3:11
- Gen 3:12–13
- Gen 3:13
- Gen 3:14–20
- Gen 3:14–15
- Gen 3:14
- Gen 3:15
- Gen 3:16–19
- Gen 3:16
- Gen 3:17
- Gen 3:19
- Gen 3:20
- Gen 3:21
- Gen 3:22
- Gen 3:23
- Gen 3:24
ADRIAN ROGERS - CLICK FOR SERMONS BELOW
- Four Lies That Ruined the World—Genesis 3:1–5
- Four Lies that Ruined the Word—Genesis 3:1–5
- Overcoming Satanic Deception—Genesis 3:1–5
- Satan’s Four Spiritual Flaws—Genesis 3:1–5
- The Evolution of a Sin—Genesis 3:1–6
- Unmasking Satan’s Lies—Genesis 3:1–13
- The Guilty Pair—Genesis 3:7–15
JOHN SCHULTZ - Former missionary
SERMON BIBLE COMMENTARY
- Genesis 3:4 The Serpent Beguiling Eye
- Genesis 3:6,7 The Fall of Man
- Genesis 3:11-13 Excuses Made by our First Parents After Their Fall
- Genesis 3:21-24 The Way of Salvation Illustrated to our First Parents
- Sermon Notes for Genesis 3:1-7
- Sermon Notes for Genesis 3:7, 21
- Sermon Notes for Genesis 3:9
- Sermon Notes for Genesis 3:21
- C2000 Series on Genesis 2-3
- Study Guide for Genesis
JAMES SMITH - CLICK HERE FOR THE TITLE BELOW
- The Fall Of Man Genesis 3
C. H. SPURGEON
- Genesis 3:1 An Antidote to Satan’s Devices
- Genesis 3:8, 9 How God Comes to Man
- Genesis 3:9 God’s First Words to the First Sinner
- Genesis 3:14, 15 The Serpent’s Sentence
- Genesis 3:15 Christ the Conqueror of Satan
- Genesis 3:18 Thorns and Thistles
- Genesis 3:8 - devotional
My soul, now that the cool of the day has come, retire awhile and hearken to the voice of thy God. He is always ready to speak with thee when thou art prepared to hear. If there be any slowness to commune it is not on his part, but altogether on thine own, for he stands at the door and knocks, and if his people will but open he rejoices to enter. But in what state is my heart, which is my Lord’s garden? May I venture to hope that it is well trimmed and watered, and is bringing forth fruit fit for him? If not, he will have much to reprove, but still I pray him to come unto me, for nothing can so certainly bring my heart into a right condition as the presence of the Sun of Righteousness, who brings healing in his wings. Come, therefore, O Lord, my God, my soul invites thee earnestly, and waits for thee eagerly. Come to me, O Jesus, my well-beloved, and plant fresh flowers in my garden, such as I see blooming in such perfection in thy matchless character! Come, O my Father, who art the Husbandman, and deal with me in thy tenderness and prudence! Come, O Holy Spirit, and bedew my whole nature, as the herbs are now moistened with the evening dews. O that God would speak to me. Speak, Lord, for thy servant heareth! O that he would walk with me; I am ready to give up my whole heart and mind to him, and every other thought is hushed. I am only asking what he delights to give. I am sure that he will condescend to have fellowship with me, for he has given me his Holy Spirit to abide with me for ever. Sweet is the cool twilight, when every star seems like the eye of heaven, and the cool wind is as the breath of celestial love. My Father, my elder Brother, my sweet Comforter, speak now in lovingkindness, for thou hast opened mine ear and I am not rebellious.
- Genesis 3:15 - devotional
- Genesis 3 - exposition
- Genesis 3:1-5 The Enticement of Evil
- Genesis 3:6 The Heart of Temptation
- Genesis 3:7-13 The Package Deal
- Genesis 3:8-13 The Beginning of Prayer
- Genesis 3:8-21 God at Work
- Genesis 3:14-15 The Devil's Burden
- Genesis 3:16-19 Love's Disciplines
- Genesis 3:20-24 Exit From Eden
RICHARD L. STRAUSS
- The Beginning and Effect of Sin
- God's Grace and Mercy
- Effect of Sin On Woman
- Man's Original Sin Brings A Curse From God
- The Curse of God on the Serpent and on Satan
- Paradise Lost: The Fall - Genesis 3:1-24
- The Fall: Temptation of Mankind - Genesis 3:1-5
- The Fall: Violation of the Covenant - Genesis 3:6-7
- The Fall: Garden Confrontation - Genesis 3:8-13
- The Fall: Curses on the Serpent and Humankind - Genesis 3:14-19
- The Covenants of Works and Grace: What Is Covenant Theology?
- The Fall: Eve, the mother of all the living - Genesis 3:20
- Redemption: Graced Garments - Genesis 3:21
- The Fall: Expulsion from the Garden - Genesis 3:22-24
GEOFF THOMAS - Sermons on Genesis
- 3:1-7 The serpent appears
- 3:8-19 The aftermath of the fall
- 3:21-22 The guilty clothed
- 3:22-24 Man banished from God
DAVID THOMPSON - transcripts
|Paradise Lost||Genesis 3:20-24||Zeisler, Steve|
|Everything Got Broken||Genesis 3:16-19||Zeisler, Steve|
|God Said, "Where Are You?"||Genesis 3:7-15||Zeisler, Steve|
|Snake Eyes||Genesis 3:1-7||Zeisler, Steve|