Origins Power Point----Finished.pptx - Origins Reflection Rushelle Williams CWV-101 Instructor Matt Hampton The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2 For

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Origins Reflection Rushelle Williams 08/22/19 CWV-101 Instructor Matt Hampton
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The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2 For this presentation we will look take a look at Genesis1:1-15 for slide 1 and Genesis 1:16-31 for slide 2. For Genesis 1:1-15 this is where the Creation story began: God Created the Heavens and the Earth. (Gen 1:1 God then created light within the darkness; he called light “day” and darkness “nigh”. (Gen 1:1-5) God then separated the water from below from the water above, creating the “sky” and the “land”. (Gen 1:6-10) God created vegetation, and seed bearing plants. (Gen 1:11-15) God created a Calendar or Time. (Gen 1:14-15) Diffey (2014), “God created everything in a very ordered manner” (para 23)
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The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2 For Genesis 1:16-31 continuation for slide 2: God focuses on the sky- He creates the greater and lesser light, and the stars to watch over the night and day. (Gen. 1:16-19) God created fishes in the sea and birds in the sky. God gives his first command to the creatures of the sky and seas to be fruitful and multiply. (Gen 1:20-23) God creates animals on land. (Gen 1:24-25) God creates man and woman and blessed them to be fruitful and multiply, and instructed them to rule over the earth. (Gen 1:26-31) Diffey (2014), “Everything had its place and everything was good.” (para 24)
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The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2 For this portion of the presentation we will be looking at Genesis 2:1-25. God rested and blessed the seventh day. (Gen 2:1-3) Describes in detail the creation of Adam and Eve.(Gen 2:4-25) According to Diffey (2014), “Genesis 1 & 2 describe a creation free from sin, death and decay. (para 22) Differy (2014), “Creation being both ordered and good have important implications. “The good order of the universe is good because God declared it to be so. Order means that there is a proper function for everything and a proper relationship that it bears to everything else.” (Goldsworthy, 1991, p.3)” (para 24)
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