The Beginning Of The Story The Bible therefore, the Creator's word to us, has to be our only true source of information concerning these things. Now the first three chapters of the Bible deal with this beginning, and lead us into the continuum in which we seem to find ourselves. Thus, when we read the Bible, we ought really to be considering these chapters as though they were a preface – rather like some T.V. dramas, which 'set the scene' before the titles appear. If there is to be a break in the whole book, then the end of that part is, I believe, where it ought to come. Those three chapters tell us about the perfect world God made – and Man's rejection of both it and God. The rest of the book – both Testaments – tell us about God's rescue package, by which he aims to regain, not only Man, but the whole of his creation.
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