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Genesis Three Conference 2014 (The Self Made Conference)

May 12, 2014

PreSession 01 by Tim Keller – How do Genesis 1 & Genesis 2 relate?

PreSession 02 by R.C. Sproul – The Fall

PreSession 03 by John Piper – God’s Sovereignty Over Satan’s Fall

Session 01 by Ligon Duncan – Genesis 3:1-7 – The Fall

Session 02 by Ligon Duncan – Genesis 3:1-19 – Jesus Christ in the Old Testament (The Seed)

Session 03 by Sinclair Ferguson – Genesis 3:1-24 – How Did I Get Into This Mess?

Session 04 by Sinclair Ferguson – Genesis 3:1-15 – The Coming of Jesus: Promised in the Earliest Prophecy

Session 05 by John Piper – Genesis 3:1-15 – The Fall of Satan and the Victory of Christ

Session 06 by Al Mohler – Genesis 3:8-15

Session 07 by D.A. Carson – Genesis 3 – The Temptation of Adam and Eve

Session 08 by David Platt – Genesis 3

Session 09 by John MaCArthur – Genesis 3:1-7 – The Origin of Evil

Session 10 by Joel Beeke – Genesis 3:6 – Our Dreadful Depravity

Session 11 by Kim Riddlebarger – Genesis 3:15

Session 12 by Kevin DeYoung – Genesis 3:15

Session 13 by Jim Hamilton – The Skull-Crushing Seed of the Woman: Genesis 3:15 and the Hope of the World 

Session 14 by John MacArthur – Genesis 3:14-15 – The Curse on the Serpent, Part 1

Session 15 by John MacArthur – Genesis 3:14-15 – The Curse on the Serpent, Part 2

Session 16 by Joel Beeke – Genesis 3:20 – The First Confession of Faith

Session 17 by Sinclair Ferguson – Genesis 3:1-24 – Seed of the Woman

PostSession by John Piper – Genesis 3:1-13 – Abortion and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil

Q&A with Alistair Begg – Why Is Jesus Called the Seed of the Woman in Genesis 3:15?

Panel Discussion – Is a Historical Adam Necessary?

Post Seminar with Jim Hamilton:

Session 1: The Skull-Crushing Seed of the Woman: God’s Promise in the Fall

Session 2: The Conquering Christ: The Son who Defeats Sin, Satan, and Death

Session 3: The Dragon’s War on the Woman and the Rest of Her Seed: The Church’s Encouragement in the Gospel

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