CWV101 Grand Canyon University Fall of Humanity Then and Now Questions


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Fall of Humanity: Then and Now Worksheet Name: Course: Date: Instructor: PART ONE: THE FALL - THEN Read the assigned readings in Topic 3 (textbook Chapter 4, Lecture 3, "The Mystery of Original Sin" article, and Bible passages) and address the following questions with a total word count (including all questions and answers combined) of 500-900 words. Cite all of the resources used with in-text citations, using at least two sources from the Topic 3 readings. Include these in the reference list at the end of the assignment. Write your paragraph response directly below each question: 1. What is revealed about human nature (from Genesis 1-2)? 2. What are the consequences of the fall for human nature (from Genesis 3)? 3. What is revealed about human purpose from the readings? What does it mean for humans to flourish, in other words to achieve spiritual, emotional, and mental well-being? 4. How might these questions about human nature, purpose, and flourishing be answered by those holding a pantheistic or atheistic (choose one) worldview? PART TWO: THE FALL - NOW Consider how the fall and humanity's exposure to good and evil are seen in the way some people treat themselves and others in dehumanizing ways today (examples: abuse, addiction, bullying, domestic violence, eating disorders, human trafficking, pornography, poverty, racism, vandalism, etc.). Choose one act of dehumanization and write the script for a short TV public service announcement in 350-650 words. Use at least two different sources from the GCU Library cited in the text and listed below in the list of references. Include the following: • Highlight how the act of dehumanization is evident in the world today. • Provide solid ideas for prevention. © 2017. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. • Include statistics, causes, and impact on people (victim, perpetrator, others as appropriate). • Discuss how a God-centered worldview contributes to a solution. • Include notes within the script about the images and video that would be included when shooting the commercial. From the topic materials, view the two examples of a public service announcement: 1. Child Internet Safety PSA - Online Predators 2. Dangers of Sexting: What Teens Need to Know Write your paper below: REFERENCES List 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), 3841. Retrieved from https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true& db=rfh&AN=ATLA0001935909&site=ehost-live&scope=site List references below: 2 ...
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The Fall of Man
Part One
What is revealed about human nature?
Revelations from the Biblical text in Genesis chapter 1 and 2 indicate that man God created man
in his own reflection, which implies that he was intended to be pure and free from sin. Following
the creation process, man lived naked and did not mind interacting with God and the woman,
despite the nakedness. Essentially, this implies that the level of purity provided an opportunity to
interact freely without remorse (Dyck and Health 54). God created man in his image and, unlike
the other creations whose existence was a result of speech only, God took the time to create man
from clay. Further, the woman was created from man, which implies that she was an extension of
God’s image as well. Putting them in the Garden of Eden was meant to ensure that they had
access to everything they needed, other than the forbidden fruit therein. Consequently, these
benefits imply that human nature was originally intended to be a reflection of God’s physical
What are the consequences of the fall for human nature?
Following the fall of man, he could no longer face the creator without shame and even hid from
God out of shame for what he had done. The immediate consequence of the fall was a rise in the
blame with the man blaming the woman for having eaten the forbidden fruit. On the other hand,
the woman blamed the serpent for deceit, which gave rise to the first incident within the garden.

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