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Test 3 Scriptures

Intro to Scriptures

The 4 source hypothesis the leading scholary theory about who wrote the Pentateuh
oldest tradition that naturalists focus on and anthropomorphsm and personifying God/nature J Tradition
emphasis on our espnsibility to act with justice and righteous and similar to J tradition E Tradition
third oldest and responsible for Deuteronomy and books about entering the promise land D Tradition
put together the Pentateuch priestly concerns and talks about power of God's word and God's priests P Tradition
God creates humans, light, darkness, animals, sky, plants, and sea Genesis 1
How does pattern of creation show God's orderliness? God had a plan and everything that happened depended on what was made before it
Name of Babylonian creation story? Enuma Elish
Why science is good? helps us appreciate God's creation
In what way is science limited? can't tell us the ultimate meaning of us or the world
What "helper suited to Adam" means? an equal partner, another self
What "helper suited to Adam" doesn't mean? a servant
What is steward of creation? humans are made to be caretakers
How was pride the first sin? Adam and Eve disobeyed God by eating fruit from the tree of good and evil
personal responsibility personal sin
a story or detail that is meant to explain where something comes from Etiology
list of descendents genealogy
Why is there so much geneaology in scripture? want to explain who lived and how long
something that foreshadows or predicts Christ or the Church archetype or prefiguration
collective responsibility social sin
when what happens is the opposite of what's expected irony
four consequences for Adam and Eve? child labor, work, banishment, death
Created by: cmcfadden



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