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The Creation and Fall of the Family

by Steve Pixler

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THE CREATION AND FALL OF THE FAMILY is a book of studies on the family from Genesis 1-5. The story of Adam and Eve s creation and fall offers tremendous parallels to the present circumstances of the Christian family. Wonderful treasures of wisdom are lying just below the surface of the Genesis text ready to be unearthed and developed into practical tools for family renewal. Steve Pixler explores the story of the first family, their creation and fall, considering what the family was when God first formed it and what it became through sin and death. Valuable lessons are drawn out from the story and applied to the modern Christian family in a relevant and practical manner.

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