A sermon from Scott Kercheville.
We often speak of the consequences man faced when they sinned in the garden, but we often miss the magnitude of the consequences the serpent faced for his deception. It is easy to read verses 14-15 and give a cursory interpretation based on a traditional understanding of this text where Satan bruises Christ’s heel in death, but Christ crushes Satan’s head through his resurrection. I believe this is very limited in its scope and is without scriptural evidence.
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