In the beginning . . . (Gen.1:1)

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In the beginning . . . (Gen.1:1)

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Welcome to Biblos Foundation’s Online eCourse

Using a four-week outline, we will discuss in depth the first three chapters of the Book of Genesis in relation to the subject of origin, and look at the question as to why this type of study is so important in our healing work.  If the greatest problem humanity is facing has been defined as not knowing who we are, how can the Bible answer or solve this problem for all time?  The question, “Who am I,” is a universal one that reaches beyond any particular culture or people.

Since these narratives in Genesis, Chapter 1 and Chapters 2 and 3, are so opposite in nature and purpose, one narrative must be true and the other false. As we will discover, the verses need to be viewed through the lens of Christian Science.  Thus, Mary Baker Eddy is quoted often in the talks to bring out the spiritual meaning of the texts.

What to expect from this eCourse:

Any questions at all, feel free to email kchristian@biblosfoundation.org – and please make sure that this email is listed as a contact in your email system so that “reply responses” do not go into a spam folder.
• The course material is organized into four weeks, and each week is listed: “Week 1,” “Week 2,” and so forth.
• Each week has three talks by Kristy (each about 20 minutes in length).
• In addition to the talks, there are study questions and four related Christian Science articles
• It is important to remember that even though this is a self-study course, Kristy is more than happy to answer questions, so please feel free to email her or call her to discuss your questions: toll-free 888-524-2567 or 636-220-4380.

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