CWV- 101 Topic 2 review - Topic 2 Review This topic review is a tool designed to prepare students for the Topic 2 Quiz Instructors will grade the topic

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Unformatted text preview: Topic 2 Review This topic review is a tool designed to prepare students for the Topic 2 Quiz. Instructors will grade the topic review for completion. Save the topic review to your computer and submit when complete. When completing this review, answers should be in your own words or quoted with quotation marks, and be drawn from one of the course readings (textbook and lecture referenced below), or other sources listed in the syllabus. Outside sources, including internet sites, are not acceptable. When quoting and paraphrasing, include all authors' last names for citations that have multiple authors. For quoted citations, be sure to include the page or paragraph number(s). The quiz will be graded for accuracy, so take time to seek the correct answers for this topic review before you attempt the quiz. Once you start the quiz, do not exit the quiz until the entire quiz is completed. Exiting out of the quiz before it is complete may result in a zero grade. Please type your answers below each question. · List the three Christian views of creation, as given in the lecture, and a brief description of each. The Young Earth, Old Earth, Theistic Evolution. The Young Earth was created between 6 days 24 hours a day, making earth 6,00-15,000 years old. Old Earth- believes that creation took long periods of time, Earth is 4.6 to 13.7 billion years old. Theistic Evolution- evolution took place, good used tools to help expnad the universe, it is different because of his likings. · The concept that humanity is created in the image of God may refer to a number of things. List four things: two covered in the textbook and two covered in the lecture. Gods character and His reason behind creating humans. The soverign creator and God's work/creations. · What are the similarities between the scenes in Revelation 21:1-4 and the garden of Eden in Genesis 2? Follow suits with the Bible's tale. It talks about creation but also restoration. · According to the lecture, what is meant when we say God is sovereign? He created all, he came before and created all of us. He is in control, he has the power. · List at least five characteristics of God emphasized in Psalm 145. Faithful, Mighty, Trustworthy, Gracious, Compassionate. · List three reasons for seeing humanity as the pinnacle of God’s creation. The book states states "the place at the end of the narrative, by the amount of narrative space that the creation of humanity takes within the narrative, and by the interruption in the pattern of wording established when discussing the first five days of creation in the Genesis 1." · How does the textbook describe the garden of Eden? Good jand ordered, a place of worship, a temple. · How would you describe the nature of work God gave to Adam in the garden of Eden? It is in a way worship before god, therefore not always consequencal. · Summarize Proverbs 9:10. God is ulitmate reality, but also is all knowing and understands everything. · Summarize God’s statements in Genesis 2:16-18. He blesses humanity, wants them to understand good vs bad, friendhsips have benefits like to take care of one another, and free choice, which means rejoice in good decisions and pain for bad ones. · What does the textbook say about the involvement of the Trinity in creation? We can see that it is plural, which earlier people did not catch but we can understand it now. · List the four basic “acts” of the overarching biblical story. Creation, Redemption, Restoration, Fall. References Diffey, D. (2015). Wisdom in the beginning. In Grand Canyon University (Ed.), The beginning of wisdom: An introduction to Christian thought and life (2nd ed.). Available from Lecture 2. (2017). CWV-101: Christian Worldview. Phoenix, AZ: Grand Canyon University. ...
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  • Fall '10
  • Hartwell
  • Evolution, Creator deity, Theism, Theistic evolution

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