tructionsReview Chapters 5 and 6 in your textbook, God with Us: An Introduction to the Old Testament.Review Genesis 1-11 in a Standard Translation of the Bible as noted in the syllabus.Write a 3-4 page paper addressing the following as discussed by Lennox:Identify and discuss the following:The most important thing we are to learn from the Bible.The two most important questions we should be asking continually about the Bible’s content.Summarize and briefly explain the four safeguards we are to remember to help us avoid misunderstandings about God as we read the Old Testament. Your textbook states, “The Babylonians believed humans were created evil because they were made from the blood of a rebellious god.” The Bible tells a different story. Humans were created good but chose to disobey God. Expand on your understanding of this fundamental difference in beliefs by identifying the following examples and explaining their relevance in God’s larger plan, both then and now. What did Adam and Eve lose after they disobeyed God?What effects or results of sin are found in Genesis 3?What other sins and sin-results are found in Genesis 4-11?What evidences of God’s grace and kindness are found in Genesis 3-11?The covenant between God and Noah and his sons begins in 9:1 and continues through 9:17. God was setting out an agreement or understanding at the start of a “new world” after the flood. Identify the main points of this agreement.Discuss what we learn about God from this covenant.Does this covenant apply to us now? If so, explain how it is applicable today.
tructions Review Chapters 5 and 6 in your textbook, God with Us: An Introduction to the Old Testament. Review Genesis 1-11 in aStandard Translation…
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