T2_OriginsReflection_PowerPoint.pptx - ORIGINS REFLECTION XXXXXX CWV-101 Instructor XXXXXX The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2 First act of the Bible

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ORIGINS REFLECTION XXXXXX April 21, 2019 CWV-101 Instructor XXXXXX
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The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2 First act of the Bible — Creation found in Genesis The Trinity involved in the creation (Diffey, 2015). The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit Sovereign Creator God existed before his creation He has absolute power over all things He spoke the word and by his will all things were created (“Lecture 2,” 2017, The Nature of God: Sovereign Creator section, para. 4). God’s work ordered and good (Diffey, 2015). The Beginning God creates the heavens and earth
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The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2 Day 1 — God created light (Diffey, 2015) this included day and night Day 2 — God created the heavens and the waters (Gen. 1:6-8) this included separating the waters from the sky Day 3 — God created land (Gen. 1:9-13) this included sectioning the water together (sea) and sectioning the dry ground together (land) this also included the creation of vegetation – plants, trees, fruit, seeds
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The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2 Day 4 — God created the great lights (Gen. 1:14:19) this includes the sun, moon, and stars this provided a way to distinguish day from night, and mark time Day 5 — God created some living creatures (Gen. 1:20-23) this included creatures of the sea and birds He blessed them and said for them to reproduce Day 6 — God created land creatures and mankind (Gen. 1:24-31) this included land roaming creatures, wild animals, and livestock mankind was created in God’s image God said for them to be productive, to reproduce, and rule over all that is living
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The Creation Account from Genesis 1-2
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