Genesis means "beginning," or the origin of something. This is the same with the Scriptures--"Genesis" is the very first book of the Bible. We are going to use the King James Version of Scriptures for this Book.

NOTE: If you are old enough to be in school and are learning English, such as when to make a capital letter, how to make a good sentence, and how to use punctuation, you will find what “appears” to be many, many mistakes in the King James Version. In fact, even certain spellings have changed! This is because the English language has changed many times over the years. The King James was initially written in “Old English,” then “Middle English,” and now would be “Modern English.” We have kept the punctuation as it appears so you can see some of the differences then and now. Parents can use this as an "English" lesson as well as for Scripture studies.


The final installment of Joshua is now available, click here. It's been quite awhile, but there's a new article on, click here. What happens when a person dies? Click here to see what the Scriptures say. Do you enjoy history as it pertains to belief structures? Check these two out, click here. For an in-depth study regarding the Trinity, click here!