The Emmaus Sessions: A Tale of Two Seeds

This past Tuesday, we held the third of “The Emmaus Sessions” at New Covenant Presbyterian Church. Knowing the importance of Genesis 3:15 in the history of redemption, we met to consider the biblical-theological development of this verse in the progress of revelation. Sinclair Ferguson once said of this verse that the rest of the Bible is merely a footnote to Gen. 3:15. It is arguably the most important verse in the Bible. You can listen to the audio from the talk here. You can watch the video below:

 
 

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  1. This is great stuff. I’ve been listening to your Emmaus sessions the last couple days, on my tractor on a pear farm in Eastern Washington. Thanks and keep it up!!!

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