Read Emily’s latest sermon, “Naked but not Ashamed,” at her blog, Sit and Eat.
Posts Tagged 'Genesis'
Read Emily’s sermon, “Earth’s Dirt God’s Breath” preached on Sunday, August 29, 2010, at her blog, Sit and Eat.
The familiar story of Adam and Eve (Genesis 2:4-3:24) is a separate narrative written in a voice different from the story we hear in chapter 1. The style of storytelling becomes folksy and colorful, God walking through the garden as if in human form. This is a second creation story, distinct from the account of [...]
Read Emily’s sermon, “Fear and the Act of Making,” preached on Sunday, August 15, on her blog, Sit and Eat.
Genesis 1:1-2:4 The first chapter of Genesis famously tells us the story of how God created the world in seven days. God is a distant and remote creator, speaking the world into existence out of a formless void. The narrative is concerned with ritual, formula, and order. The elements that will make up creation are [...]
During August at St. Lydia’s, we’re reading the creation accounts found in Genesis chapters 1-3. Here’s some contextual information that will help you in your reading. The bible is, in many ways, like a quilt. Spread on a bed, it’s beautiful, functional, and cohesive. But when you step closer and begin to investigate more, you’ll [...]