For anyone who knows the Bible well, there are certain passages which appear to make little sense, and cause us to question why they were included as part of God’s revelation to us.
Such passages raise questions about the reliability of the early portion of Scripture, about contradictions within Scripture, of what is prophecy or merely prediction, of why God intervenes dramatically at times but is silent at other times.
In this collection of six biblical studies, Custance shows that even the most unpromising passages (like genealogies) prove to be a rich source of blessing and spiritual truth. Attention to grammar and syntax in the Hebrew language supply new meaning to the first chapter of Genesis.
Answers suggested are refreshing and thought-provoking. Scripture thus bears everywhere the hallmarks of true inspiration: its words are for children, its thoughts are for men. No other such book as this has ever been written.
The first edition can be read online at https://custance.org/Library/Volume7/index.html
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254 pp., 8.5 x 11 inch paper, spiral bound for easier studying.