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  • Adam Eve
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    3. What is the effect of the Fall on Adam and Eve Answer: The specious words of the serpent into Eve's heart "too early entrance win". The fruit looked delicious, it was noontime, and she was hungry. The smell of the fruit aroused her appetite. So "Forth reaching to the fruit, she pluck'd, she eat". While nature sighed "That all was lost", and the serpent slunk back into the thicket, Eve immediately felt the effects of the Fall. She eats to excess as never before. Greedily she ingorg'd without r...
  • Charles Jealousy
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    The American Heritage Dictionary defines jealousy as apprehensive of losing affection or position; Resentful or bitter in rivalry; envious. Throughout the novel of East of Eden there are many unfortunate incidents which happen that are caused by anger, hatred, and wickedness. Anger, hatred, and wickedness are all fruits of jealousy. They are the children of jealousy that grow into teenagers, wild and out of control. Steinbeck shows through series of events that jealousy leads to sin (the transgr...
  • Adam And Eve's Sin
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    Sin and Suffering Is there a reason for sin and suffering? It is obvious the two are directly related in the Bible. In the Old Testament we see Saul / Paul feeling the wrath of God when he killed innocent people, as a king. Adam and Eve were expelled from the garden of Eden when they took fruit from a tree which God told them not to do. Today though, the relationship between sin and suffering is not so clear. We see poor, starving people in Africa. They suffer terribly, but there is no evidence ...
  • New Testament Doctrine Of Original Sin
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    Doctrines are used as a foundation to Christian beliefs. They serve to many churches as fundamentals in the direction their members chose to live their lives. It is important to understand the historical backgrounds of the doctrines that pertain to one's particular beliefs. I will be discussing this very information for the doctrine of original sin. The doctrine of original sin mostly pertains to the Roman Catholic religion. I will be covering when, where, and why the doctrine was originated. Or...
  • Adam And Eve And Prometheus And Gaea
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    Anthem is a story of man's struggle to be free and to fight the masses of conformity. It tells of human nature and the want to gain all the knowledge that one could possibly attain. Man loses his safe haven and his security when he lets this lust for knowledge overpower him and lets it be seen by others. He becomes vulnerable Like Johann Faust, Prometheus sells his life for wisdom. Unlike Faust, however, Prometheus is expelled from his society but gains his freedom of individuality and his freed...
  • Rauschenbusch's A Theology For The Social Gospel
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    Rauschenbusch: A Man Ahead of His Time "Theology is the esoteric thought of the Church". (WR 15) What is meant by this is that theology is a part of the Church that is very mysterious and confusing to most laymen. Rauschenbusch has introduced many new ideas into the theological point of view. Rauschenbusch tries to explain that the social gospel is here to help people pull more from theology than just jargon that they don't understand. One of Rauschenbuch's main points throughout his book A Theo...
  • Sin With An Historical Adam
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    How far do Christians go to explain the human condition Although there is a consensus that sin is that which sets up man in place of God, that same consensus does not exist when looking at all aspects of the nature, origin and consequence of sin. The earliest arguments can be seen with the views of Pelagius and Augustine. Pelagius believed that we were all born into the same state as Adam, in other words we had the ability not to sin. Because of conscious free will we could live as Adam did befo...
  • 18 For Adam And Eve The Lord
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    In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth 1 (Genesis 1: 1). As we look back in history we can see many beginnings, but the beginning referred to in this verse is a beginning that defies understanding to the extreme. We see one of the most amazing creations in this world in a newly born child, yet that creation pails in comparison to that of the creation on the world. Look around you and imagine nothing. Thats the way in was before the Lord gave us the first of many gifts that have b...
  • Cimabue's Painting Of The Madonna Enthroned
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    The development and contributions of painting in the Middle Ages Cimabue, an Italian painter, was the first famous painter of the city of Florence. Cimabue's painting of the Madonna Enthroned is painted in a traditional style based on the medieval art of the Byzantine Empire. His faces and figures are rendered stiffly, and placed vertically without size relationship to the figures around them. Cimabue's works have great personal force and effect, even though the forms are traditional. Giotto was...
  • Will Of God
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    The first few sentences are crammed with every single reason that Milton has for writing this book. Amazingly he manages to fit all of it in to two sentences. The format of the novel reminds me of the format of the Odyssey by Homer. I say this because the speaker calls on the help of a muse to sing the story of Adam and Eve. He sets the muse apart from all other muses by specifying that his muse is the same one that was used to call moses to receive the ten commandments and to write the book of ...

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