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3 Creator and Creatures
(Note: Although these questions arise from
specific sections of the chapter, please allow
the whole chapter to possibly supplement your
the implications of God's Fatherly care being
Eden's gates are closed, God's "very good"
still echoes, though often faintly." Discuss
the main themes to which this alludes and reflect
on the previous chapters in light of it.
what fields of human effort do you think KOLB
addresses the discussion on "Good Order"?
symbolism does KOLB find in "dust" and
"breath"? How does this relate to the
framework discussed in chapter one and the "Image
of God" p. 53 ff?
highlights the distinctions of Body-Soul and Body-Soul-Spirit
anthropology. How can these distinctions be used
without falling into the trap of the material-spiritual
distinction which chapter 2 called bad?
does Kolb think "Trust" is a better
than "Spirit" to describe the "human
end of our relationship with God?
lords it under, not over, his creation."
Discuss the four (2 in one paragraph) establishments
of creation ("The doctrine of creation establishes...".)
Gospel assures us that our entire life lies safe
in God's hand and that he is responsible for all
in his created order; his Law demands responsible
action from us at every turn." KOLB calls
this a paradox. Discuss the issues.
does Paul's teaching of the "resurrection
of the body" counter two errors of Gnosticism?
is "truly theistic evolution" not possible?
"in his own image" (4)
:Bondage of the Will"
Manes or Manichaeus
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel