In the Beginning

God's work of creation is still happening in our lives.

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I. The who and why of creation

II. The who of creation—the Triune God

III. The Triune God's activity in creation

IV. The three stages of God's creative work

V. Knowledge of God in creation


Charles Price is the Senior Pastor of The Peoples Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and the founder of Living Truth, an international teaching and preaching ministry.

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Keith Alan Mannes

February 01, 2014  6:02am

Really excellent. Love the humor. Thank you.

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