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Arts and Humanities
TOB Unit 2 Test
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the inclination to sin that is present in all humans, inherited through the sin of Adam and Eve, and against which we must struggle to resist by the grace of Jesus Christ; while it inclines us to sin and comes from sin, it itself is not a sin
the period that begins with original sin and ends when Christ returns; simultaneously fallen and redeemed in Christ
nakedness that exists within the context of innocence and pure freedom, apart from lust; this is what Adam and Eve experienced before the Fall
naked without shame
the joy that Adam and Eve experienced prior to the Fall; a result of their purity of heart, which enabled them to understand God's love for them and their ability to love like him
the state of Adam and Eve prior to their knowledge of sin, when their minds, hearts, and bodies were perfectly innocent
the period of man's existence as God created him prior to original sin; the original experiences of Adam and Eve in purity and happiness "echo" in the heart of every man and woman and are always "at the root of every human experience"
the first experience of Adam and Eve when they were naked without shame; before original sin, lust did not exist, and all sexual desires were pure
the initial experience of perfect unity between man and woman as they lived in perfect communion with each other and gave themselves to each other through the mutual gift of their bodies
the tendency within Adam and Eve (and all of us) to prefer our wills to the will of God; this is the root of all moral evil in the world
this is the call that God has stamped into our bodies as male and female to love as he loves, through a sincere and total gift of self, the marital meaning of the body; it is "the power to express love: precisely that love in which the human person becomes a gift and - through this gift- fulfills the very meaning of his being and existence"
spousal meaning of the body
What is the original intent of sexual desire?
for it to be pure
What is the difference between naked without shame and shameless?
"naked without shame" refers to nudity that exists within the context of innocence, purity of heart, and freedom; being "shameless" in today's society refers to flaunting the body without inhibitions or conscience
What is the Genesis 2 description of marriage?
"Therefore a man leaves his father and his mother and clings to his wife, and they become one flesh"
Who said "Be fruitful and multiply"?
God to Adam and Eve; so to love as he loves
What is The Big Lie?
when the serpent went to Adam and Eve and made them question God's motives and intentions ad tricked them into eating the fruit from the tree
What is the immediate consequence of Original Sin?
they realized there was lust so they covered themselves
What is Historical Man?
selfishness, anger, impatience, and other faults are what we deal with
Why did God create us?
he wants to share his love with us and be in union with him
Why does Original Sin matter so much to us?
life was perfect before original sin and God's original intent was for us to trust him; it effects this and hurts us and moves us away from God
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