Sidney Greidanus' previous two preaching books - "The Modern Preacher and the Ancient Text" and "Preaching Christ from the Old Testament" - have received wide acclaim and have sold phenomenally well. "Preaching Christ from Genesis" offers more of Greidanus' solid, practical homiletical fare. Greidanus addresses various issues encountered when preaching Christ from Genesis, including literary and historical interpretation, the narrative sermon form, and the common lack of preaching on this foundational Old Testament book. He delves into the genre of Genesis narratives and presents seven ways of preaching Christ.The bulk of the book takes up the text of Genesis broken into twenty-three sections, applying Greidanus' redemptive-historical Christocentric method. Including helpful appendixes - "Ten Steps from Text to Sermon," "An Expository Sermon Model," and three of the author's own Genesis sermons - "Preaching Christ from Genesis" will be an invaluable resource for preachers and Bible teachers.