Rev. Luke Zimmerman studies Genesis 4:1-16 regarding the names given to Adam and Eve’s children, how the effects of sinfulness begin to be seen in those children, the importance of our attitude towards God, and the character of God as is displayed in His treatment of the Cain.
Rev. Samuel Wirgau studies Genesis 3:20-24 regarding the importance of the name Eve, the significance of the clothing given to Adam and Eve, why Adam and Eve were forced from the Garden, and what might have happened to the Garden of Eden.
Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller studies Genesis 3:15-21 regarding the first Gospel (protoevangelium), battle of the sexes, the glory of womanhood, and the strange hunger for the curse.
Rev. Jeremiah Johnson studies Genesis 3:8-15 regarding hiding from the voice of God in our sin, how Adam and Eve’s finger pointing, and the curse of the serpent.
Rev. Dr. John Bombaro studies Genesis 3:1-7 regarding the “clothing” of righteousness, the talking snake, when the fall happened, and where Adam was in all of this.
Rev. Adam Koontz studies Genesis 2:18-25 regarding marriage as the natural form of life, the role of animals in human relationships, Eve as Adam’s helper, and the proper relationship between men and women.
Rev. Andrew Preus studies Genesis 2:5-17 regarding the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, the Spirit hovering over the waters, making man out of the dust, the pre-flood landscape, and what’s going on with the lack of rain.
Rev. James Preus studies Genesis 2:1-4 regarding who the hosts are, the implications of God finishing work and resting, and what the Sabbath is and why it’s holy.
Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller studies Genesis 1:26-31 regarding the difference between the creation of man and beasts, how male and female are intrinsic to our humanity, and what it means for humans to have dominion.
Rev. Timothy Appel studies Genesis 1:20-26 regarding God’s blessing of creation and the connection of that blessing with procreation, and what it means that God creates humanity in His image and after His likeness.