Ian Chris

The City of Man (Genesis 4:17-26)

Cain travels eastward, away from the garden of God, and sets up his own his own garden, his own city, his own religion, centered around himself.

The City of God (Genesis 5:1-32)

While Cain’s corrupt city continues to grow in power, conquering and enslaving the lands around it, an alternative civilization takes root just outside the gates of the garden.

The Last Days of Old Earth (Genesis 6:1-8)

Cain’s civilization defeats Seth’s. With the sons of God finally out of the way, no one else remains to resist their plans for world domination — or is there?

He is There and He is Not Silent (Genesis 1:1-2)

The first two verses of scripture reveal that there is One God, that he is a Personal God, and that he has the power of creation and destruction. But is that all there is to know about him?

The Structure of the Apocalypse (Genesis 1:3-13)

God begins to share who he is with the universe. Revelation produces structure. Structure makes room for life. And life leads to further revelation.

The System of the Apocalypse (Genesis 1:14-25)

God fills the structures he made with life and, in the process, reveals what exactly is going on.

The Priesthood of the Apocalypse (Genesis 1:26-31)

Worshipers need worship leaders. And the worship leaders need to know God intimately if they are to lead others closer to the source of life. So God creates a special set of living creatures who can do just that.

The End of the Apocalypse (Genesis 2:1-3)

The last day of creation also turns out to be final day of planet Earth — and reveals the meaning behind all of history.

The Inciting Incident (Ruth 1)

A wealthy woman loses everything and has to come crawling back home. Bitterly, she wonders which God she is being ruled by: the Judge or the Redeemer?

The First Act Break (Ruth 2)

A job opportunity presents itself, but what are the potential costs — and benefits?

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