Ebenezer W. Rogers (1893-1977) is remembered as “a small man standing motionless on the platform, apart from moving lips, pouring forth in short lucid sentences the truth of God”. He spent his working life as a Civil Servant in the Patent Office in the South of England, retiring early in 1950 to leave himself free to serve the Lord full time. Self taught in Hebrew and Greek, E.W. Rogers, as he was known, became a fixture in Bible Reading conferences throughout the UK, especially in Eastbourne, Largs and Ayr. He was a tower of strength during his lifetime in the stand against modernism both in Biblical interpretation and assembly practice. Here he speaks on 4 heads in the book of Genesis – Adam, Melchizedek, Isaac and Joseph and develops much suggestive material for further study (Readings from Genesis 3, 24, 41 and Hebrews 7).