How does the bible define the human race and what does true humanity look like? What implications does this have for how we view ourselves and how we view other people? Genesis 1 is a game-changing revelation for us all.
All Christians believe that God created everything that exists, even if they don't agree on how he did it. But if Genesis chapter one isn't primarily intended to be a step-by-step guide to assembling a universe what does it actually tell us? And what difference does the belief in God as Creator make to how we view the world?