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Briefly answer each section from "The Story of the Bible":
Write 2-3 sentences explaining why is the Creation account is so significant to the Christian worldview.
The creation account is significant to the Christian worldview because it explains how God created the entire universe in 6 days to show the simplicity but also the depth of his power. With Adam and Eve, it’s explained in detail how man and woman were formed out of pure love in God’s image.
Write 2-3 sentences explaining what the Fall reveals about humanity and human morality.
The Fall explains downward spiral Adam and Eve face as they are subjected to sin by disobeying God. This was because temptation was introduced to them acting as a serpent in the garden convincing Eve to eat the forbidden fruit after God said not to. After this event, Adam and Eve were ashamed of what they had done. However, this was a test by God and instead of punishing Adam and Eve, God quickly restored humanity by guiding the two through forgiveness thus controlling all sin.
Write 2-3 sentences explaining the importance of God revealing Himself through covenants.
God revealing himself through covenants is important because it shows that God is gracious and rewarding when an act of humility or sacrifice is practiced. The relationship with God and another is based on the agreement that is made by a selfless act of dignity.
Write 2-3 sentences explaining what the prophecies about the Messiah tell us about Jesus.
The prophecies about the Messiah, meaning the appointed one, tell us that Jesus is chosen to save and restore humanity by his teachings. Jesus fulfills these tasks through his life, death, and resurrection.
Write 2-3 sentences explaining the significance of Jesus’ life and ministry.
The significance of Jesus’ life and ministry is that no matter what was said about him he was consistent and loving in what he taught. Jesus spent a lot of time with his disciples eventually forming the church to what we know of it today. Gathering people and spreading the gospel, meaning “good news”, was Jesus’ mission as the