When you put these four events together, what do they have to say about humanity and about humanity’s relationship with God?
Describe at least three common threads that you find in the following four events of early biblical history: Adam and Eve’s fall into sin; Cain’s murder of Abel; the flood; and the building of the tower of Babylon (sometimes called Babel). When you put these four events together, what do they have to say about humanity and about humanity’s relationship with God?
- JoeP222Lv 71 month agoFavourite answer
3 common threads:
1. God's grace.
2. God's mercy.
3. God's righteousness.
- antoniusLv 71 month ago
!- the apple claim in Genesis referred to as an apple or fruit, is nothing more than a reference to having sex. The Naive believer always believes in a magical answer. 2- None which you presented, in my opinion relates to anything other than people people in power trying to cause the uneducated believers/naive also to accept that all things comes by way of an unexplained god . Finding no element of meaning for a god they went on about their lives trying to find that god thingie, then that god thingie punishes them for "he" not having taught them a damn thing. And, the ignorance, childish acceptance of fiction goes on.
- CrustyCurmudgeonLv 71 month ago
All of that mayhem is from the Old Testament. Jesus said he was come to fulfill the law. The Old Testament is germane to the Jewish faith, but Christians should be guided by the life of the Christ.
- EddieJLv 71 month ago
In order to put the four events that you listed together, each of the events must be transposed into a common format so that we wouldn't, essentially, be adding the proverbial apples and oranges -- keeping in mind that the specific fruit that Adam & Eve ate in the Garden of Eden was not specified in Genesis.
Since the necessary transposition cannot occur this year because the number of years since those events has exceeded the statutory limits imposed, it is, therefore, essential that the events are NOT put together, and that results in the question being moot.