Abraham has a unique place in the history of redemption. The LORD called Abraham to belong to him in a special way. This was the beginning of the covenant between God and his people, which eventually would lead to the birth of the Saviour, Jesus Christ, through whom all nations share in the blessing of…
The Flood was a terrible judgment of God on the world. It showed how serious human sin is, but also put on display his profound grace when he kept Noah and his family alive. After the flood, we are not essentially better; but we live with God's assurance that he will not allow sin to spiral out of control again.
The story of Cain and Abel is more than that of rival brothers. It marks the beginning of a deep rift or antithesis between two groups of people. In Genesis 4 and 5, this antithesis can be traced along family lines; today, it takes the shape of faith versus unbelief.
Because of these roles of Adam and Eve, it is difficult to speak of them as individuals, without speaking more generally about human beings. But that is the point of the Biblical narrative in Gen 1 through 3: in Adam and Eve we see our ancestors and therefore, by representation and example, ourselves.