Note to Student: Please answer the following questions to be graded. These questions are designed to make you think. If you get stuck and cannot answer some of the questions, just leave them blank and we will fill them in for you.
What is the difference between creating something and making
The Bible says God created (bara) man in His image (Genesis 1:26) but then it also says He made (asah) man of the dust of the earth (Genesis 2:7). Explain why this is not a contradiction.
This lesson does not take the position that the days of Genesis
were necessarily more than 24 hours. What does the creation week deal
with? (Check one.)
[ ] a. The creation of matter
[ ] b. The creation and making
of man and the life he was familiar with.
[ ] c. The creation of all life.
[ ] d. The creation of everything
[ ] e. None of the above
There are at least four explanations of how dinosaurs can be fitted into the Genesis account. List three of them.
How long did God need to create the cosmos?
Fill in the missing blanks in the chart below:
|Birds--first warm blooded
What difficulty is there in suggesting that God created the cosmos “full grown” with fossils, light from stars, etc., in place?
The word remes is translated creeping thing in Genesis 1:24. This is also the word used in Genesis 9:1-3. Why is it not likely that this word refers to reptiles or insects?
Genesis 1 has two basic purposes or objectives. What are they?
Why did God not spell out the details about dinosaurs, time, methods, and reasons?
Please add any questions on this course of study that have not been answered so we can take care of any remaining ideas that are not clear in your mind.
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