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Fallofm an


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Fallofm an

  1. 1. Where did evil originate? Why do people suffer? Why are there sins?
  2. 2. The Fall of Man Genesis 3
  3. 3. God placed the man in the Garden of Eden to cultivate it and guard it. He told him, “you may eat the fruit of any tree in the garden, except for the tree of knowledge of good and evil.
  4. 4. The snake asked the woman, “did God really tell you not to eat the fruit from any tree in the garden?”
  5. 5. “We may eat the fruit of any tree in the garden except the tree in the middle of it. God told us not to eat the fruit of that tree or even touch it; if we do, we will die,” replied the woman.
  6. 6. The snake replied, “That’s not true; you will not die. In fact, you will be like God.” The woman gave in to the invitation of the serpent. She took some of the fruit and ate it.
  7. 7. She gave some to her husband, and he also ate it.
  8. 8. As soon as they had eaten it, they were given understanding and realized that they were naked; so they sewed fig leaves together and covered themselves. That evening they heard God walking in the garden, and they hid from Him for they were naked.
  9. 9. sent out of the garden hard work pain in giving birth suffering
  10. 10. Her offspring will crush the head of the serpent. God let them explain their acts. God clothed them. God let them till the land for daily existence. Message of Hope
  11. 11. Prepared by Mr. Chester Roxas Cruzado S Y M B O L S
  12. 12. Adam (ha’adam) & Eve (hawwah) 1st members of human race
  13. 13. Garden of Eden original justice
  14. 14. Original sin Original justice state of sinfulness in which we are born as members of the human race state of total happiness of man with God
  15. 15. In rebelling against God, man and woman destroyed their original harmony with each other (nakedness) others (Cain and Abel) the community (Tower of Babel) nature (Great Flood)
  16. 16. Cain and Abel
  17. 17. Tower of Babel
  18. 18. The Great Flood
  19. 19. Nakedness innocence
  20. 20. temptation Serpent makes something bad look good and attractive leads man to sin
  21. 21. abuse of freedom sin eating the fruit giving in to temptation man’s turning away from the love of God who calls us to relate in love with Him and our fellowmen
  22. 22. Are all evils sinful? Are all sins evil? Evil 1. Moral evil 2. Physical evil absence or privation of goodness Concupiscence inner disorder of our basic drives
  23. 23. Dimensions of sins spiritual intrapersonal interpersonal societal
  24. 24. Kinds of sins original sin personal sin
  25. 25. Degrees of sins 1. venial 2. mortal gravity knowledge consent
  26. 26. Capital Sins
  27. 27. P R I D E
  28. 28. G L U T T O N Y
  29. 29. SLOTH
  30. 30. L U S T
  31. 31. ENVY
  32. 32. ANGER
  33. 33. GREED
  34. 34. Capital Sins Virtues
  35. 35. Pride Humility
  36. 36. Gluttony Temperance
  37. 37. Sloth Diligence
  38. 38. Lust Purity
  39. 39. Envy Brotherly Love
  40. 40. Anger Meekness
  41. 41. Greed Simplicity
  42. 42. Evil neither comes from God nor from some evil spirit.
  43. 43. Sin is a person’s free decision not to love and it consequently causes pain and suffering.
  44. 44. Where sin abounds, grace abounds even more. (Romans 5:20)
  45. 45. God will never leave nor forsake us.
  46. 46. God is at work in our lives even in the midst of evil and suffering.
  47. 47. Sin is not the final word. Redemption is.