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Religion 1310: Christian Scriptures Week 1

by: Tyler Varzeas

Religion 1310: Christian Scriptures Week 1 REL 1310

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These notes will cover the first week of notes for the Christian scriptures course.
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tyler Varzeas on Sunday August 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to REL 1310 at Baylor University taught by Whelan in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 57 views. For similar materials see The Christian Scriptures in Religious Studies at Baylor University.

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Date Created: 08/28/16
Christian Scriptures 24 August 2016 Genesis – Beginning of the Bible (Book of Beginnings) Psalms – A book of prayer Genesis Day and night, and there was evening, And there was morning­ the ___ day. Man and woman are a unite Not only is there repetition, but there is rhythm. God builds the world in “layers”. o Suggests that human life is dependent on the rest of the created. o God uses rhythm to separate layers and fill with new creation. *God is not created, He is doing the creating* God = creator, all other things = created (creatures) God creates by speaking things into existence. God creates the world in six days, and rests on the seventh. o He always calls his creations “good” and calls man “very good”. o He has not created evil, that is not a part of his creation. “Goodness” is a divine quality; He continuously calls himself “good” Creation of humankind; “In our image, according to our likeliness” so “male and female  he created them” (Genesis 1:26­27). o Mysterious community in God’s Life o Relates to humankind and community. Human creatures also image God in terms of their vocation. o Dominion (1:26) o Tilling and Keeping (2:15) o Vegetarian Diet (1:29ff) God acts for the good for all of what God has made (1:20­31, see also Psalm 104: 27­35) o Creates other creatures o Provides habitat for them o Provides food for them The Fall (Chapter 3 Genesis)  At the center of what God has made are two trees (2:9)  The serpent says to do otherwise than what God has said. o Genesis (3:4­5)  When God created humans, he made human kind in his image. o The serpent says “and you will be like God”.  Why would the serpent say this if humankind is already made in God’s  image?  A temptation to autonomy o Becoming a law (nomos) unto oneself (auto), a law apart from God. Consequences?  Damage to what was created as Very Good according to God, has now been tainted. o Death (2:16 – 17) o Damage to Adam and Eve’s relationship to God o Damage to relationship to themselves (ashamed of nudity) o Damage to relationship with one another.  Accusation and the deferral of blame (3:12 – 14) o Damage to their relationship to creation.  Eating from the land in toil, thorns, and thistles, etc.  Banished from the Garden of Eden (3:24, see 2:15)  Damage to the community in human life o Story of Cain and Abel   Family life becomes a site of death (supposed to image God’s life)  “Am I my brother’s keeper?” o Another deferral of responsibility, from Cain.


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