In this fun, meaningful, and practical study of Genesis, Mark Roncace brings readers fifty-three short chapters of wit and amusing observations about the biblical stories, followed by five thought-provoking questions for individual reflection or group discussion. Readers won’t find predictable commentary, scholarly platitudes, or banal life-application questions here.
But beware: don’t let the levity fool you. This is a genuine and thought-provoking examination of the complex accounts in Genesis. Humorous, yet reverent, this refreshing approach to Bible study invites us, whatever our background, to wrestle with the issues in the text and discover the ways those issues intersect our own messy lives. It’s seriously entertaining.