God as Creator and the Goodness of God

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What happens in Genesis Ch 1?
The beginning of the world
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What happens in Genesis Ch 2-3?
Beginning of humanity (Adam and Eve)
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What does 'creatio ex nihilo' mean?
Creating out of nothing
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How is God sometimes described?
As a master craftsman
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What is creation?
Ongoing and continual
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What does 'bara' mean?
Create
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Explain the inconsistent triad
God is omnipotent but not omnibenevolent so chooses to not stop evil or He is omnibenevolent but not omnipotent so can't stop evil
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What is God compared to in the book of the Prophet Hosea?
A man who falls in love with a women who betrays him but He remains faithful to her and she returns to him
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What is God compared to in the book of the Prophet Ezekiel?
A shepherd who looks after a flock of sheep
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What is another example of the goodness of God that is debatable on whether or not he is actually being good?
The story of Job- allowed him to be tortured by Satan but at the end took away his suffering
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What did Jesus say we should do in order for us to follow the 10 Commandments?
Love God and love thy neighbour as yourself
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What does the goodness of God depend on?
Perspectives
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What is the Euthyphro dilemma?
Either God commands the good because it is good or things are good because they have been commanded by God
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