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What does Genesis 1-3 say about the character of God and the nature of humanity?

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What does Genesis 1-3 say about the character of God and the nature of humanity? Examine texts from Genesis 1-3 on each of these topics and discuss how they impact your understanding of God and his relationship with humanity.
Why do you think that God forbade Adam and Eve to eat from the Tree of Good and Evil?
The fall of humanity into sin is found in Genesis 3, but the impact of the fall can be seen in Genesis 4-11. Describe the impact of the fall on humanity and the world from Genesis 3 and trace the outworking of the fall in Genesis 4-11. Reference the readings in your answer to this question.
God tells Noah, in Gen 8:22, “While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.” How do you think this statement applies to the Christian perspective of the climate change scare, which is promoted today?
God had told the man not to eat from a particular tree in the Garden, and presumably, the man had passed God’s command on to his wife. Later, Satan approaches the woman. Like God earlier in the creation narrative, Satan is not formally introduced as a character; he appears in the report. ( Vogt, 2009). So, where did Satan come from? What had gone wrong?

 

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