The Epic of God

The Epic of God

A Guide to Genesis

Christian - Devotion/Study
396 Pages
Reviewed on 01/02/2013
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Author Biography

Michael Whitworth preaches for the church in Bowie, Texas. He authors the online blog "Start2Finish," a reflection of his daily struggle to become more like Jesus. In his spare time, Michael enjoys drinking coffee, watching sports, and spending time with his awesome wife and their two rambunctious dogs.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite

Michael Whitworth in his book "The Epic of God" does a beautiful job of weaving together the story of creation and other biblical stories that transports the reader to a different time. The story flows smoothly and with a richness of depth into biblical meanings. It appears that nearly all of the major points found in Genesis are covered and given enriching thought and meaning.

The author also includes talking points at the end of each chapter, which I found very rewarding and beneficial. I appreciate how the author speaks of his own personal life and experiences. He allows me as the reader to relate to him on a personal level.

Covering the Book of Genesis the author helps me to see how my life can be valuable by learning from those in the past and looking forward to my future while enjoying my present. Preparing my life for eternity is the closing point of the book and a great way to allow me to look within my life for spiritual direction. "The Epic of God" is an excellent guide through the Book of Genesis.