COMING HOME: The Genesis Creation Story


by Avi Ben Mordechai An event of theological “time-travel” back to the beginning, back to the biblical creation…

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by Avi Ben Mordechai

An event of theological “time-travel” back to the beginning, back to the biblical creation story in Genesis chapters 1-3. We will learn some Hebraic details about a larger-than-life seven-day Messianic redemption plan. We will encounter a multi-dimensional world of reality and metaphor. We will come to learn that the biblical creation story is a detailed Hebraic narrative about the Creation referred to in the Hebrew text of Exodus 3:14-15 as  (YHVH Elohim) and his deep desire for a relationship with each of us; that after all the creation was plunged into a deep spiritual darkness, he (the Creator named in Exodus 3:14-15) was the one that came to set us free from our spiritual captivity because we had no power to set ourselves free.

Genesis chapters 1-3 is an extraordinary historical riches-to-rags-to-riches story unlike anything that one can even begin to imagine. Learn Hebraic definitions for faith, hope, love, holiness, heaven, earth, and other theological ideas often lost in translation. Learn about the biblical functions of male and female. Learn the Hebraic truth and context behind Genesis 3:16, “Your desire shall be for your husband and he shall rule over you.” Learn about the “marriage” between the Serpent and Eve. Learn Hebraic principles behind giving and receiving to build strong relationships. Learn about a “High Priest” cherub who rebelled in the throne-room of Heaven and morphed to become the Serpent (the Satan) of the Bible.

Meet the Word, the Son of Elohim (God) in Heaven. Meet the Word, the Son of Elohim (God) on Earth. Discover the two Genesis creations of man (Day 3 and Day 6) and learn why Yeshua (Jesus) had to resurrect on the Third Day. Discover the Hebraic meaning of the Law of Sin and Death. Learn about DNA quantum entanglement and the second death of Genesis 2:17. Discover the background that drives Paul’s theology about the “Works of the Law” and “Under the Law” in the New Testament Book of Galatians. These concepts and so much more packed into this introduction to the Genesis Creation Story.