Christian Worldview

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Christian Worldview (500-1400AD) I. Legacy of the Romans a. Carrying Greek culture to empire b. Adopting Christian church throughout the empire II. Defining god in relationship to the individual a. Importance of relationship b. God’s identity b.i. All powerful and the creator b.ii. Personal nature and intervention is history c. Defining the individual c.i. Created in God’s image c.ii. Capable to a relationship with the creator of the universe III. Understand god’s nature a. Monotheism: old and new testament b. Genesis: author of creation c. Human separation because of disobedience in garden of Eden c.i. There was no death there was no disease there was only profection. c.ii. Attempted Adam and Eve to eat the apple. IV. Old covenant with Israel a. Exodus as history a.i. Abraham and the chosen people a.ii. Jacob’s son Joseph a.ii.1. If Joseph wasn’t sold he wouldn’t be the 2 nd Pharaoh a.iii. Famine and Migration to Egypt a.iv. Moses and Passover a.v. God’s nature revealed a.v.1.
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course ECON 100 taught by Professor Chandle during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.

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