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Unformatted text preview: Genesis 3-11 1. What specific reason does the serpent give Adam and Eve for eating the forbidden fruit? 2. What are the consequences of their doing so? 3. Why does God accept Abel's offering but not Cain's? 4. Why does God put a mark on Cain? 5. Why does God send the flood on the world? 6. How does the blessing God gives in 9:1-7 differ from that given in 1:28-30? 7. Why do humans build the tower of Babel? Why and how does God prevent this? CTT, pp. 22-8 1. What four features of anthropology are found in Gen. 1-11? 2. What is Adam and Eve's motivation for their disobedience? 3. What is "the Fall"? 4. Does the story of the Fall end with Adam and Eve? Genesis 3 – 11 1. The serpent tells Adam and Eve that God know that when they ear from the tree their eyes will be opened and they will be like God, knowing good and evil. 2. Consequences for the serpent : ‘cursed are you among all animals and among all wild creatures’ ‘upon your belly you shall go’ ‘dust you shall eat all the days of your life’...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course THEO 101 taught by Professor Mccurry during the Fall '08 term at St. Thomas.
- Fall '08