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Match the following theory with its definition Here are 5 theories that either deny, misconceive, or minimize the nature of sin:. Atheism Determinism Hedonism Christian Science Evolution.

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Match the following theory with its definition

Here are 5 theories that either deny, misconceive, or minimize the nature of sin:

  • Atheism

  • Determinism

  • Hedonism

  • Christian Science

  • Evolution

____ The theory of life which maintains that the highest good in life is the securing of pleasure and the avoiding of pain, so that the first question to be asked is not, “is it right?” but “will it bring pleasure?”

____ This theory says that sin is not a positive thing, but simply the absence of good.

____ Regards sin as the heritage of man’s primitive animalism.

____ The theory which affirms that free will is a delusion and not a reality.

____ In denying God, this theory also denies the existence of sin.


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Match the following theory with its definition

Here are 5 theories that either deny, misconceive, or minimize the nature of sin:

  • Atheism

  • Determinism

  • Hedonism

  • Christian Science

  • Evolution

____ The theory of life which maintains that the highest good in life is the securing of pleasure and the avoiding of pain, so that the first question to be asked is not, “is it right?” but “will it bring pleasure?”

____ This theory says that sin is not a positive thing, but simply the absence of good.

____ Regards sin as the heritage of man’s primitive animalism.

____ The theory which affirms that free will is a delusion and not a reality.

____ In denying God, this theory also denies the existence of sin.

A


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Match the following theory with its definition

Here are 5 theories that either deny, misconceive, or minimize the nature of sin:

  • Atheism

  • Determinism

  • Hedonism

  • Christian Science

  • Evolution

____ The theory of life which maintains that the highest good in life is the securing of pleasure and the avoiding of pain, so that the first question to be asked is not, “is it right?” but “will it bring pleasure?”

____ This theory says that sin is not a positive thing, but simply the absence of good.

____ Regards sin as the heritage of man’s primitive animalism.

____ The theory which affirms that free will is a delusion and not a reality.

____ In denying God, this theory also denies the existence of sin.

B

A


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Match the following theory with its definition

Here are 5 theories that either deny, misconceive, or minimize the nature of sin:

C

  • Atheism

  • Determinism

  • Hedonism

  • Christian Science

  • Evolution

____ The theory of life which maintains that the highest good in life is the securing of pleasure and the avoiding of pain, so that the first question to be asked is not, “is it right?” but “will it bring pleasure?”

____ This theory says that sin is not a positive thing, but simply the absence of good.

____ Regards sin as the heritage of man’s primitive animalism.

____ The theory which affirms that free will is a delusion and not a reality.

____ In denying God, this theory also denies the existence of sin.

B

A


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Match the following theory with its definition

Here are 5 theories that either deny, misconceive, or minimize the nature of sin:

C

  • Atheism

  • Determinism

  • Hedonism

  • Christian Science

  • Evolution

____ The theory of life which maintains that the highest good in life is the securing of pleasure and the avoiding of pain, so that the first question to be asked is not, “is it right?” but “will it bring pleasure?”

____ This theory says that sin is not a positive thing, but simply the absence of good.

____ Regards sin as the heritage of man’s primitive animalism.

____ The theory which affirms that free will is a delusion and not a reality.

____ In denying God, this theory also denies the existence of sin.

D

B

A


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Match the following theory with its definition

Here are 5 theories that either deny, misconceive, or minimize the nature of sin:

C

  • Atheism

  • Determinism

  • Hedonism

  • Christian Science

  • Evolution

____ The theory of life which maintains that the highest good in life is the securing of pleasure and the avoiding of pain, so that the first question to be asked is not, “is it right?” but “will it bring pleasure?”

____ This theory says that sin is not a positive thing, but simply the absence of good.

____ Regards sin as the heritage of man’s primitive animalism.

____ The theory which affirms that free will is a delusion and not a reality.

____ In denying God, this theory also denies the existence of sin.

D

E

B

A


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STATEMENT OF FAITH

We believe that man was created good and upright. However, man willfully sinned and thereby was subjected not only to physical death but also to spiritual death, which is separation from God.

Read Gen. 1:26,27; 2:17; 3:6; Rom. 3:23; Rom. 5:12-19.


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Genesis 1 and 2, what did God create or do on each of the seven days?

Day 1:

Day 2:

Day 3:

Day 4:

Day 5:

Day 6:

Day 7:


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Genesis 1 and 2, what did God create or do on each of the seven days?

Day 1: light; day and night, evening and morning. Gen. 1:1-5

Day 2:

Day 3:

Day 4:

Day 5:

Day 6:

Day 7:


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Genesis 1 and 2, what did God create or do on each of the seven days?

Day 1: light; day and night, evening and morning. Gen. 1:1-5

Day 2: sky. Gen. 1:6-8

Day 3:

Day 4:

Day 5:

Day 6:

Day 7:


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Genesis 1 and 2, what did God create or do on each of the seven days?

Day 1: light; day and night, evening and morning. Gen. 1:1-5

Day 2: sky. Gen. 1:6-8

Day 3: land, sea, and vegetation (plants and trees). Gen. 1:9-13

Day 4:

Day 5:

Day 6:

Day 7:


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Genesis 1 and 2, what did God create or do on each of the seven days?

Day 1: light; day and night, evening and morning. Gen. 1:1-5

Day 2: sky. Gen. 1:6-8

Day 3: land, sea, and vegetation (plants and trees). Gen. 1:9-13

Day 4: stars, sun, and moon. Gen. 1:14-20

Day 5:

Day 6:

Day 7:


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Genesis 1 and 2, what did God create or do on each of the seven days?

Day 1: light; day and night, evening and morning. Gen. 1:1-5

Day 2: sky. Gen. 1:6-8

Day 3: land, sea, and vegetation (plants and trees). Gen. 1:9-13

Day 4: stars, sun, and moon. Gen. 1:14-20

Day 5: animals of the sea and sky (fish and birds). Gen. 1:21-23

Day 6:

Day 7:


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Genesis 1 and 2, what did God create or do on each of the seven days?

Day 1: light; day and night, evening and morning. Gen. 1:1-5

Day 2: sky. Gen. 1:6-8

Day 3: land, sea, and vegetation (plants and trees). Gen. 1:9-13

Day 4: stars, sun, and moon. Gen. 1:14-20

Day 5: animals of the sea and sky (fish and birds). Gen. 1:21-23

Day 6: animals of the land and man. Gen. 1:24-31

Day 7:


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Genesis 1 and 2, what did God create or do on each of the seven days?

Day 1: light; day and night, evening and morning. Gen. 1:1-5

Day 2: sky. Gen. 1:6-8

Day 3: land, sea, and vegetation (plants and trees). Gen. 1:9-13

Day 4: stars, sun, and moon. Gen. 1:14-20

Day 5: animals of the sea and sky (fish and birds). Gen. 1:21-23

Day 6: animals of the land and man. Gen. 1:24-31

Day 7: God rested. Gen. 2:1-3


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GOD CREATED MAN!

How did God feel about His creation? (Note Gen. 1:4, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25, 31)


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GOD CREATED MAN!

How did God feel about His creation? (Note Gen. 1:4, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25, 31)

Good!


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GOD CREATED MAN!

What did God do to man in Gen. 2:7? How does this make man different than the animals?


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GOD CREATED MAN!

What did God do to man in Gen. 2:7? How does this make man different than the animals?

God breathed into man the breath of life and man became a living soul. Man is a spiritual being … animals are not! Animals don’t have a soul.


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Gen. 2:21-23, why do we believe woman is just as much a spiritual creature as man?


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GOD CREATED MAN!

According to Gen. 2:21-23, why do we believe woman is just as much a spiritual creature as man?

She was not created as a separate being, but out of the same nature and material as man.


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GOD CREATED MAN!

In Gen. 1:26, 27, what does it mean when it says we are created in God’s image?


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GOD CREATED MAN!

In Gen. 1:26, 27, what does it mean when it says we are created in God’s image?

It does not mean we look like God on the outside (note John 1:18). But we do look like God on the inside.


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GOD CREATED MAN!

In Gen. 1:26, 27, what does it mean when it says we are created in God’s image?

It does not mean we look like God on the outside (note John 1:18). But we do look like God on the inside.

1. We are thinking, creative beings.


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GOD CREATED MAN!

In Gen. 1:26, 27, what does it mean when it says we are created in God’s image?

It does not mean we look like God on the outside (note John 1:18). But we do look like God on the inside.

1. We are thinking, creative beings.

2. We can communicate thoughts and ideas.


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GOD CREATED MAN!

In Gen. 1:26, 27, what does it mean when it says we are created in God’s image?

It does not mean we look like God on the outside (note John 1:18). But we do look like God on the inside.

1. We are thinking, creative beings.

2. We can communicate thoughts and ideas.

3. We have a personality and character capable of knowing, loving, and serving.


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GOD CREATED MAN!

In Gen. 1:26, 27, what does it mean when it says we are created in God’s image?

It does not mean we look like God on the outside (note John 1:18). But we do look like God on the inside.

1. We are thinking, creative beings.

2. We can communicate thoughts and ideas.

3. We have a personality and character capable of knowing, loving, and serving.

4. We have a will and thereby the power of choice.


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GOD CREATED MAN!

In Gen. 1:26, 27, what does it mean when it says we are created in God’s image?

It does not mean we look like God on the outside (note John 1:18). But we do look like God on the inside.

1. We are thinking, creative beings.

2. We can communicate thoughts and ideas.

3. We have a personality and character capable of knowing, loving, and serving.

4. We have a will and thereby the power of choice.

5. We are moral creatures and can know right from wrong.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What did God forbid, and why? Gen. 2:16, 17


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What did God forbid, and why? Gen. 2:16, 17

Eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. He wanted Adam and Eve to prove their devotion to God.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

How is Satan described in Gen. 3:1 and John 8:44?


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

How is Satan described in Gen. 3:1 and John 8:44?

Crafty and subtle; the father of lies.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What method did Satan use to tempt Eve?


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What method did Satan use to tempt Eve?

Satan often uses the same tactics against us over and over again. One of his major tactics consists of a three part formula:


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What method did Satan use to tempt Eve?

Satan often uses the same tactics against us over and over again. One of his major tactics consists of a three part formula:

LIES which create


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What method did Satan use to tempt Eve?

Satan often uses the same tactics against us over and over again. One of his major tactics consists of a three part formula:

LIES which create DOUBT which brings


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What method did Satan use to tempt Eve?

Satan often uses the same tactics against us over and over again. One of his major tactics consists of a three part formula:

LIES which create DOUBT which brings TEMPTATION to sin.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

Compare 1 John 2:16 with Genesis 3:6. On the left side of the chart below, list the three things Eve liked about the tree of knowledge of good and evil. On the right-hand side, list the three categories of sin listed in 1 John 2:26. Notice the close relationship between the two sides.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

Compare 1 John 2:16 with Genesis 3:6. On the left side of the chart below, list the three things Eve liked about the tree of knowledge of good and evil. On the right-hand side, list the three categories of sin listed in 1 John 2:26. Notice the close relationship between the two sides.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

Compare 1 John 2:16 with Genesis 3:6. On the left side of the chart below, list the three things Eve liked about the tree of knowledge of good and evil. On the right-hand side, list the three categories of sin listed in 1 John 2:26. Notice the close relationship between the two sides.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

Compare 1 John 2:16 with Genesis 3:6. On the left side of the chart below, list the three things Eve liked about the tree of knowledge of good and evil. On the right-hand side, list the three categories of sin listed in1 John 2:26. Notice the close relationship between the two sides.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

Compare 1 John 2:16 with Genesis 3:6. On the left side of the chart below, list the three things Eve liked about the tree of knowledge of good and evil. On the right-hand side, list the three categories of sin listed in 1 John 2:26. Notice the close relationship between the two sides.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

Compare 1 John 2:16 with Genesis 3:6. On the left side of the chart below, list the three things Eve liked about the tree of knowledge of good and evil. On the right-hand side, list the three categories of sin listed in 1 John 2:26. Notice the close relationship between the two sides.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

Compare 1 John 2:16 with Genesis 3:6. On the left side of the chart below, list the three things Eve liked about the tree of knowledge of good and evil. On the right-hand side, list the three categories of sin listed in 1 John 2:26. Notice the close relationship between the two sides.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

We can overcome temptation. Read God’s promises found in 1 Cor. 10:13 and James 4:7.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

We can overcome temptation. Read God’s promises found in 1 Cor. 10:13 and James 4:7.

Temptation is not a sin, but giving into temptation is a sin. Note James 1:14, 15.


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What were Adam and Eve’s immediate reactions to their sin?


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What were Adam and Eve’s immediate reactions to their sin?

1.) They made aprons vs. 7


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What were Adam and Eve’s immediate reactions to their sin?

1.) They made aprons vs. 7

2.) They hid from God vs. 8


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

What were Adam and Eve’s immediate reactions to their sin?

1.) They made aprons vs. 7

2.) They hid from God vs. 8

3.) They deflected responsibility vs. 12, 13


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

God’s Word instructs us to admit our sin and confess it. 1 John 1:9


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

When man fell and sin entered the world, what two forms of death became a reality?


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

When man fell and sin entered the world, what two forms of death became a reality?

1.) Physical death

This was not in God’s original plan. Our bodies fail and we die. Nature has been contaminated as well. Every area of our human existence has been adversely affected by sin. Every person is born a sinner (Rom. 3:23).


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THE SERPENT, SATAN, AND SIN!!

When man fell and sin entered the world, what two forms of death became a reality?

1.) Physical death

2.) Spiritual death

This was not in God’s original plan. Our bodies fail and we die. Nature has been contaminated as well. Every area of our human existence has been adversely affected by sin. Every person is born a sinner (Rom. 3:23).

This means eternal separation from God. Read Rev. 20:14, 15. But glory to God He has provided a way for us to escape Spiritual death and that way is Jesus Christ our Lord.


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