Christian World View Study Guide 3
Christian World View Study Guide 3 CWV-101/301
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Bijan Ross on Monday October 26, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to CWV-101/301 at Grand Canyon University taught by James Waddell in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 1462 views. For similar materials see Christian World View in Religious Studies at Grand Canyon University.
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Date Created: 10/26/15
Topic 3 Study Guide This study guide is a tool designed to prepare students for the Topic 3 Quiz Instructors will grade the study guide for completion not for accuracy Download the study guide and type in your answers below the questions Save the study guide to your computer and submit when complete After submitting the study guide to the instructor use it when studying for the Topic 3 Quiz Please type your answers below each question How are human beings like God God created man in his own image What do the terms image and likeness mean Image representing God Likeness like God What is the prophecy in Genesis 3 15 known as and what does it mean What does Genesis 321 imply A There will be one born of the man who will crush the serpent head this is a prophecy of the coming of the messiah A main idea according to the textbook is that the history of humanity is characterized by a departure from what and into what Wisdom What is the meaning of the term fall in the phrase Fall of Humanity A theological expression that speaks to the second act of the biblical story in which Adam and Eve did not believe God and sinned when tempted by the devil How does the prayer in Nehemiah 9 describe God How does it describe the people of Israel A Rehearsal of history in a selective way While humanity is unfaithful God is always faithful Although created in the image of God after the Fall humanity became sinful by nature How extensively does this original sin or depravity affect humanity according to Romans 3 1023 and the PowerPoint a Romans 3 1023 All natural born human beings b PowerPoint presentation Since Eve betrayed God and went against his wishes by eating from the Tree Of Knowledge 0f Good and Bad 2015 Grand Canyon University All Rights Reserved 10 ll 12 13 14 15 How did the Fall sin of Adam and Eve affect humanity and the world according to Genesis 3 7 19 Imperfect Pain Guilt Sinful in Nature Started the cycle of death How does the textbook describe idolatry In delity Unfaithfulness in the relationship According to the textbook what was the primary message of the Old Testament prophets To get the people to ee from idolatry and return to God What is the best definition of a covenant A solemn agreement between two parties in which both parties swear an oath to keep their end of the agreement What is human origin and makeup according to the PowerPoint presentation Genesis 27 The Lord God formed the man of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and the man become a living being A Humanity is B Formed by God C Created in the image of God Genesis 12627 D Created very good Genesis 131 E Made up of Physical amp Spiritual Together United physical mental spiritual beings According to the PowerPoint presentation what is the basis for human relationships Genesis 127 So God created man in his own image in the image of God he created him male and female he created him According to the textbook and PowerPoint what two truths express the Christian worldview s beliefs on human nature also drawn from Genesis 13 The Christian worldview has two major assertions about nature First humans are created in the image of God And secondly after the fall Adam and Eve into sin all humans are sinful by nature According to the textbook and PowerPoint what does Genesis 2 reveal about human freedom and morality God values the morals and free choices of humanity Freedom to act and make choices Moral compass and understanding
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