God sent rain and the plants grew He created man from dust and gave him life He

God sent rain and the plants grew he created man from

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God sent rain and the plants grew. He created man from dust and gave him life. He put man into the Garden of Eden to tend to it.
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Creation in Genesis 2 (continued..) In Eden, God put a river in it to water the garden that divided into four rivers. God put man into the garden to take care of it and water the soil. He told Adam that he could eat from any tree except for one. He sent the animals to be with Adam in the garden but none of them were suitable to be his helper. He gave him a partner, who was Eve.
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Origin of the Universe My interpretation of the origin of the universe is in the Christian worldview is that: God created the world in six days He started with the sky, sun, moon, and stars Then, he created vegetation and animals Lastly, he created people in his image
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Evolution According to many scientific theories, humans evolved from primates millions of year ago (Human Evolution, 2016). There are two types of evolution: microevolution and macroevolution Microevolution occurs within one species (a bird’s beak size gets slightly larger). Macroevolution refers to the big changes that occur that can make a species become an entirely different one later (how humans evolved from primates).
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Age of the Earth According to the Institute for Creation Research, the Bible indicates that the earth is about 6000 years old (Morris, 1995).
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