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Fall of Humanity: Then and Now WorksheetCourse: CWV 101PART ONE: THE FALL - THEN 1.What is revealed about human nature (from Genesis 1-2)?The Genesis one and two provides us with the information of Gods creations and wisdom ofhuman nature because it was free from evil. God created everything from nothing and wanted his creations to be perfect. Human nature was revealed in Genesis one when God created the earthers and the heavens and then created man, who would be an image of God. The bible explains that God created Adam from dust and placed him in the Garden ofEden, man was created to work and care for the garden which god created. (Genesis 2:15) The bible explains human nature as that God created everything to be different, that humans are able to reason and good.2.What are the consequences of the fall for human nature (from Genesis 3)? In genesis three, it reflects on what happened when sin was brought into the world. The serpent, which is Satan in a form of a snake, convinces Eve to eat the fruit from the tree of good and evil, disobeying Gods commands dooms all of humanity. God promised Adam and Eve that they will have all the comforts they need as long as they do not eat from the forbidden tree. Satan than came in and convinced Eve the God has been lying and she will know the truth if she eats the fruit from the forbidden tree. This is the story of the fall of humanity. The consequences of these actions brought death into the world, which was not in God’s intentions, since before this incident all creatures were immortal. Eve than told God that the serpent was to be blamed for them eating the fruit, which explains human nature to blame others for their wrong actions. Other consequences that were brought fromthe fall was pain and suffering. Woman are to bare horrendous pain during childbirth and