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Fall of Humanity: Then and Now Worksheet
Name:John Luther
Course:CWV-101
Date: 01/30/2015
Instructor:Andy McClurg

PART ONE: THE FALL - THEN
Read the assigned readings in Topic 3 (textbook chapter 4, Lecture 3, "The Mystery of Original Sin" article, and Bible passages) and address the following questions with a total word count (including questions) of 500-750 words.
Cite all of the resources used with in-text citations, using at least two sources from the Topic 3 readings. These will be included in the list of references at the end of the assignment.
Write your paragraph response directly below each question:
1. What is revealed about human nature (from Gen 1-2)?
In Genesis 1-2 it is revealed that we, as humans, are made in God’s
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Two examples of a public service announcement:
1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9waE2A-uIxQ
2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFKAFo_etkE
Write your paper below:
In todays society addiction is a common thing for people to suffer. Addiction is not only physical things that people consume, such as drugs and alcohol, but may include virtually anything from food to gambling. People with addictions do not have any control over their bodies and their actions. According to Christian Nordqvist, “Addiction, often referred to as dependency often leads to tolerance - the addicted person needs larger and more regular amounts of whatever they are addicted to in order to receive the same effect (Nordqvist, 2009, para. 10). Family members who have to deal with addiction patients report heightened stress and psychological morbidity (Lee, Manning, Wong, et al, 2011). Studies show that these people suffered from depression, stress, and psychiatric morbidity, and overall poor well-being. By living a God-centered life addicts will have the possible means to a solution to their problems. There was a study done where addicts did a Christian Faith-Based Recovery program. The addicts were asked to acknowledge God and were then aware of their self in relation to God. The next step of the process was communication with God. They asked God to help them and therefore acknowledged God. According to Shirley
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