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A Second Look at the First Sin

A. D. Bauer

327 pages
Square Halo Books
The Beginning addresses the inconsistencies in the traditional interpretation of the Fall in Genesis and offers a different way of understanding the biblical account while maintaining the historicity of the account and offering solutions in a theologically orthodox framework.
Author Bio
A. D. Bauer is a graduate of Gordon Conwell Seminary. He was ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America and pastored a small country church. He has served in the Reformed Episcopal Church and later was a seminary professor in Chesapeake Seminary and New Geneva Seminary for a combined total of more than 15 years.

Edward Knippers is an American artist, his major works are large scale paintings depicting biblical narratives featuring nude figures. Edward Knippers attended Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky where he attained a BA in fine arts.

Tanja Butler is a painter, printmaker, and educator. Her work is represented in the Vatican Museum of Contemporary Art; the Billy Graham Center Museum at Wheaton, Illinois; the Portland (Maine) Museum of Art; the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts; and the Boston Public Library.