In Foundations of the Gospel, Kuldip Singh Gangar challenges prevailing nonliteral readings of Genesis 1–3. Against various old-earth views of world origins, Gangar argues that believers can read the Bible at face value and trust the historical accuracy of its account of creation. As the author says, “If at the beginning we cannot take God’s Word at face value, then we are left wondering whether other passages should also be read that way or not.” Gangar’s apologetic commentary provides a defense of youngearth creationism, showing how modern concerns are most reliably addressed with traditional biblical interpretation.
Table of Contents:
1. “In the Beginning”
2. Basic Principles of Interpretation
3. The Historicity of the Early Chapters of Genesis
4. Christianity and Science
5. Day One of Creation
6. The Second and Third Days of Creation
7. The Fourth and Fifth Days of Creation
8. The Sixth Day of Creation
9. The Seventh Day: The Sabbath
10. Are the Days of Genesis 1:1—2:3 Literal?
11. Is There Conflict between Genesis 1 and 2?
12. The Garden and the Creation of Man
13. The Covenant of Works
14. The Divine Institution of Marriage
15. How Not to Read Genesis 3
16. The Fall
17. The Immediate Consequences of the Fall
18. The Mother Promise
|Dimensions||226 × 150 × 18 mm|
Gangar, Kuldip Singh, (Author)
Reformation Heritage Books (2018), 280 pages