Course Overview

Genesis is the book of beginnings. In Genesis, we read of the creation of the world, the fall of mankind into sin, the promise of a Savior, and the spread of man over the earth. We are introduced to Abraham and follow his family as they live in Canaan and then move to Egypt. Understanding the book of Genesis gives a good basis for understanding the rest of the Bible and God's plan to provide salvation for us from the penalty of sin.

You will cover

  • • The Book of Genesis

  • • Creation

  • • The Great Flood

  • • The Tower of Babel

  • • Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph

Curriculum

  • 1

    Creation

    • Text – Chapter 1

    • Exam – Chapter 1

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 1

  • 2

    God Creates Man

    • Text – Chapter 2

    • Exam – Chapter 2

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 2

  • 3

    Sin Enters the World

    • Text – Chapter 3

    • Exam – Chapter 3

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 3

  • 4

    Cain and Abel

    • Text – Chapter 4

    • Exam – Chapter 4

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 4

  • 5

    The Flood

    • Text – Chapter 5

    • Exam – Chapter 5

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 5

  • 6

    The Tower of Babel

    • Text – Chapter 6

    • Exam – Chapter 6

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 6

    • Write It Out! 1

  • 7

    Abraham

    • Text – Chapter 7

    • Exam – Chapter 7

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 7

  • 8

    Isaac

    • Text – Chapter 8

    • Exam – Chapter 8

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 8

  • 9

    Jacob and Esau

    • Text – Chapter 9

    • Exam – Chapter 9

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 9

  • 10

    Jacob Is Renamed “Israel”

    • Text – Chapter 10

    • Exam – Chapter 10

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 10

  • 11

    Joseph, Suffering

    • Text – Chapter 11

    • Exam – Chapter 11

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 11

  • 12

    Joseph, Glorified

    • Text – Chapter 12

    • Exam – Chapter 12

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 12

    • Write It Out! 2

  • 13

    Prayer Requests

    • Anything we can pray about?

Emmaus Worldwide's Correspondence School

Emmaus Worldwide's correspondence school exists to glorify God by providing biblically-sound resources and structured study materials for the purpose of teaching people from every nation to know Jesus Christ as Savior and to live in a way that is consistent with God’s Word.