Potential Exam Questions Creation (2+4markers)

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Name two types of literary forms from the Bible, with an example of a book from each.
Gospels: Mark Law: Ezra
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Give two ideas about the Bible expressed in the phrase 'The Bible is the word of God'.
God speaks through the Bible. God used inspiration to guide the writer's of the Bible.
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Give two ideas about God expressed in the statement 'God is transcendent'.
God is beyond and outside of life. God is above human understanding.
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Give two ideas about humans expressed in the statement 'Humans are made in the image of God'
all humans are holy and should be respected and protected.Humans are above all other creatures.
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Give two reasons why Catholics believe in the goodness of creation.
God is benevolent so everything created is good. God loved the world so much he sent stewards to look after it.
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Give two ideas about the harmony between science and religion expressed by the Second Vatican Council.
they don't conflict because they both come from God and they work alongside each other.
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Give two examples of how Catholics can carry out their duty to be stewards at a local level
Recycle and reduce carbon footprint
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Give two examples of CAFOD's work on sustainability
Power to be campaign and Green Heart campaign
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Give two ideas about God as creator expressed by Michelangelo's painting of The Creation of Adam
God is omnipotent. God made us in the image of him.
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Explain two ways in which belief in inspiration inspires Catholic views about the importance of the Magisterium
Through the Magisterium the true meaning of the Bible is interpreted. The Holy Spirit guides the Magisterium as well as the Bible.
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Explain two ways in which belief in God as creator influences Catholic understandings of themselves and the world around them
Everything God made is good. God made us the highest point of creation, so we are stewards.
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Explain two ways in which belief that humans are made in the image of God influences Catholic understandings of the dignity of human beings
All humans are equal because they all share in the qualities and likeness of God.
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Explain two contrasting Christian beliefs about the significance of the Genesis creation accounts
Interpretations vs Fundamentalist
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Explain two ways in which belief in the goodness of creation leads to the Catholic understanding of Natural Law
Humans ahve inbuilt knowledge of what is good, because each person is made by God. Natural law means we intuitively know the right thing to do.
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Explain two ways in which belief in Natural Law influences catholics views about sanctity of Life
All creation is holy because it is blessed by God who saw it was "good". All life comes from-rejecting a gift from God.
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Explain two ways in which stewardship influences CAFOD's work
Imageo dei-everyone deserves a good clean enviroment. God gave us the earth to use but look after it for other generations.
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Explain two ways in which Michelangelo's creation of adam expresses catholic belief about humanity
Imageo dei, imminent touch-divine spark. Human beings are different to animals
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Give two ideas about the Bible expressed in the phrase 'The Bible is the word of God'.

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God speaks through the Bible. God used inspiration to guide the writer's of the Bible.

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Give two ideas about humans expressed in the statement 'Humans are made in the image of God'

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Give two reasons why Catholics believe in the goodness of creation.

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