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that it is simply human nature to know and enact evil for survival. Lastly, the questions aboutpurpose and flourishing may tie together in an atheistic worldview. An atheist might answer that human purpose is self-defining and that part of their purpose is to continue to flourish or excel and achieve success in order to provide for oneself or others. REFERENCESList at least two references below for each part of the assignment above, for a minimum of four references. Prepare these references according to the guidelines found in the Student Success Center. Include the permalink for the GCU Library sources used.Example reference:Shuster, M. (2013). The mystery of original sin: We don't know why God permitted the fall, but we know all too well the evil and sin that still plague us. Christianity Today, 57(3), 38-41. Retrieved from ?url=?direct=true&db=rfh&AN=ATLA0001935909&site=ehost-live&scope=site
List references below:Berry, R. J. (Sam). (2016). Natural Evil: Genesis, Romans, and Modern Science. Perspectives on Science & Christian Faith, 68(2), 87–98. Retrieved from?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=115775852&site=ehost-liveDiffey, D. (2016). The Beginning of Wisdom | Wisdom in the Beginning. Retrieved September 29, 2019 from -christian-thought-and-life/v2.1/#/chapter/3