Genesis 1: The Theology Of Adam And Eve

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Life can have meaning when it is lived with God and life without God is vanity. Adam and Eve experienced vanity the moment they stopped believing God.
The theology of Genesis 1 is of work which begins with a theology of creation and goes on Genesis 2 where man worked in the garden of Eden. This work brought fulfillment in Genesis 2 and pain in Genesis 3 because God cursed the ground that man works on. Humans males experiences and find their highest us fulfillment in their work (job). Work is where God is omnipotence the quality of having unlimited or very great power.3 From day one to day six of creation God saw that it was good. The seventh day is not called good but HOLY which is applied in the concept of time not to space. We can see a
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God 's righteousness is to clothe with garments of salvation (Isaiah 61:10). We can see God giving Grace to Adam and Eve before the law by clothing them before banishing them from the garden of Eden. God took the first step towards redemption when He took the initiative of seeking out Adam and Eve to re-establish a relationship with them which was broken by sin. We can see God was the first to kill an animal to atone Adam and Eve sin by the blood of the animal. He gave them aprons of animal skin to cover their nakedness. Christ Jesus took this step further when He died on the cross and shed His blood to atone humans (sinners) and re-establish a relationship with God. This is the evidence of God 's love, forgiveness and His willingness to purse those He loved even when they failed to do His …show more content…
After eating of the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil they were separated from God, they must die from Him. This is the death that God foretold the birth into human and the birth of all the negatives in this world. The end of Genesis 2 explains, in order to become like God, in order to cleave to one another, man and woman must be separated from God. They must exist as individuals and fight together for their relationship. This death is both physical and spiritual. Humans are defined not only by their mortality, but also by their separation from God. But separation from God it means spiritual death. Spiritual death eventually leads to physical death. Love is something that we must work for between ourselves and between ourselves and God. Love is the only thing that brings us together and to God. Our flesh constantly reminds us that we cannot be one flesh our flesh hardens our hearts that we separate the one thing that God joined together love. Our being in the likeness of God to love as God is love and we must continue to work toward perfecting our love towards

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