Anyone who has ever found the configuration of the Bible to be confusing will enjoy The Seven Days: Making Sense of the Bible's Structure. Claire Wilcox asks, "If all Scripture is God-breathed, then wouldn't the Bible's structure also be divinely inspired?" For both veteran and new readers of the Bible, this book provides a thought-provoking look at the creation that reveals God's plan for salvation woven throughout the structure of the Bible. Its canonical sequence of sixty-six books finally makes sense. Rather than a stand-alone narrative, the first creation story of Genesis can be read as the thematic key to the God-breathed structural organization of the Bible. By correlating sense and structure to the entire biblical canon for each of the seven days of creation, the author breaks new ground. Discover great and hidden things that go far beyond anything you've ever known by using structural analysis to understand the Bible.