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Eden

Garden where god put Adam and Eve
Understood by ancient readers to be the original temple
Recreated in the flooding

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Adam

Man god created
"From red dirt"

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Eve

Woman created by Adams rib
"Mother of all living"
Mirrored Adams creater

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Cain

Tiller of the ground
Brought fruit of he ground
Offering rejected by god
Killed able

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Abel

Brother of Cain
Brought fattest meat to god
Offering accepted by god
Killed by Cain

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Lamech

Descendent of Cain
First man to have two wives
Treats women as objects

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Seth

Part of the righteous line
Son of Adam and Eve
Work for gods glory

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Noah

Instructed to build an ark
Built an alter to sacrifice to God
God promises to NOAH to never floor again

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Shem

Descendent of Noah's sons
Decendents of Shem became Israelites
Respected NOAH by covering him with a blanket

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Ham

Sees his father naked
Tells brothers
Disrespects NOAH
Want to make a name for themselves
Build tower to reach god without obeying him
God confuses language

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Canaan

Hams son
Cursed for being hand son
Father of Canaanites
Started line of enemies of Israel

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Divine revalation

Communication with god through super natural or natural with people on earth

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Private revalation

Not divine revalation
Cod continues to appear to faithful
Helps is to live more fully
They so not contradict what Jesus tought

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Natural revelation

Knowing that god exists through use of reason ( observing his creation)

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Supernatural revalation

Picks up where natural revalation leaves off
God revealing not only that he exists but specific things from his personhood

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Culmination

Climax or highlight
Christ
Jesus works

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Salvation history

Gods plan for humanities salvation from genus is to the birth of Jesus

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Covenant

A promise
#7
I seven myself

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Divine filiation

To be a child of god

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Lectio divina

Practice of spiritual reading

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Grace

Gods mercy for us

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Literal sense

Direct meaning
Historical sense
Understand spoken metaphorically

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Spiritual sense

Allegorical
Moral
Analogical

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Allegorical

Shows us how people and events FORESHADOW events

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Moral

Shows us how we can use the things heros did as a pattern for our own lives

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Analogical

Shows us the events point upward to heaven

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Lectio devina 1.

Prayerful reading
Invite spirit into prayer
Read out loud
Feel the passage
Find something that stands out in the passage

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Lectio divina 2

Meditation
Ask god questions about what that word or phrase is saying for your life

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Lectio divina 3

Respind to god
Sit with feelings and turn them into prayer
Focus on The Lord
Offer your emotions to God

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Lectio divina 4

Contemplation
You are quiet with your attention focused on God
Sit in Gods presence

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Why were we created

Because of gods generosity and he knew we would enjoy existing

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How do we know god was creating us out of generosity?

He is perfect in his existence and he had nothing to gain by creating us

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What was the author of genesis concerned with answering

Not how but why

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What are the four truths of genesis we have to believe

God created all things at the beginning of time
Mankind was specially created
The first woman came from the first man
All humans are a single original race

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What was Adams duty in the garden

To till and keep it
Serve and guard it
To have dominion over the creatures
To name the animals
To love and be loved by Eve

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Role of child of god

To be made in the image and likeness of god

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Role of preist

To protect gods temple

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Role of prophet

Speak on behalf of god

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Role of bridegroom

To bring unity between persons

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3 specific things god provided man with

Life
Work
Marriage

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Life is disrupted by:

Death

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Work is cursed with:

Pain and struggle

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Marriage suffers through

Conflict
Child birth

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What does it mean to be your brothers keeper

To watch out for them
Cain shamed god by asking

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What mercy does god give to Adam and Eve after they sin

Curses serphant
Promises a savior
Clothes them

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What mercy does god have for Cain

Put mark upon Cain so he would not be killed

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What are the themes with Noah and creation story in the fall

Consumption of fruit
Nakedness
Shame

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Why is the number 40 symbolic

Represents periods of trial and repentance

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How does creation connect to christ

After the fall god promised a savior