Lesson 12 – The Hearts of Man

 

Key Themes

-God judges sin.

-God provides salvation from sin through Jesus.

 

Key Passages

-Genesis 3:6; Romans 5:12; Genesis 6:5; Jeremiah 17:9;

Romans 3:23; John 3:16; 2 Corinthians 5:17;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Recognize that all men are sinners through the sin of Adam.

-Recognize that Jesus Christ paid the penalty for our sins.

Lesson 11 – Cain and Abel

Key Themes

-God demands obedience and trust.

-God is merciful toward sinners.

 

Key Passages

-Genesis 4:1-17; Hebrews 11:4; 1 John 3:10-12;

Genesis 3:20, 5:4;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Contrast the offering of Cain with the offering of Abel.

-Connect God’s mercy and justice shown to Cain to the   gospel.

Lesson 10 – Effects of the Fall

Key Themes

-God subjected the universe to a Curse.

-God’s plan of redemption was in place before time.

 

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:29-31, 3:14-19, 3:24; Romans 8:22; Isaiah 65:25;

Revelation 21:1, 21:4, 22:3;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe the extent of the effects of the Fall.

-Identify the effects of the Fall that will be reversed in the Consummation.

Lesson 9 – Corruption:Sin Enters the World

Key Themes

-God judges sin.

-God’s plan of redemption was in place before time.

Key Passages

-Genesis 2:16-17; 3:1-7; 3:14-24;Revelation 12:9;

Hebrew 9:22; 1 Peter 3:18;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify the purpose of the first animal death recorded   in Scripture.

-Explain God’s provision for salvation from sin trough   Jesus.

Lesson 8 – Creation Compromise

Key Themes

-The Bible tells us how God created the universe.

-The Bible records actual history.

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:2; Mark 1:14-15; Acts 20:17-21;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe the basic Christian positions on the creation   of the universe and life on earth.

-Distinguish between the issues of authority and   salvation with respect to the doctrine of creation.

Lesson 7 – Stewards of God's Creation

Key Themes

-God is faithful to His promises.

-God upholds His creation.

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:26-31; 2:15; 8:20; 9:1; Romans1:22-23;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe the role of mankind in God’s creation.

-Recognize God’s faithfulness in sustaining His   creation.

Lesson 6 – How Old Is the Earth?

Key Themes

-The Bible records the true history of mankind and the   universe.

-God’s Word must be the absolute authority.

Key Passages

-Genesis 5:1-32; 11:10-26;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify the source of the biblical age of the earth.

-Identify the source of the secular age of the earth.

Lesson 5 – God Creates Adam and Eve

Key Themes

-God created man in His image.

-God’s Word is always our starting point.

Key Passages

-Genesis 2:4-25; 1 Corinthinians 11:7-9; 15:47-48;

1Timothy 2:13; Mark 10:1-9;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Compare the biblical view of the origin of man to the   evolutionary view.

-Describe the biblical view of marriage.

-Identify the connection between the accounts of creation   in Genesis 1 and 2.

Lesson 4 – Dinosaurs and Dragons

 

Key Themes

-The Bible tells us how God created the universe.

-God created the universe by the power of His   Word.

Key Passages

-Job 40:15-24; 41:1-34;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify the two dinosaur-like creatures described in   the book of Job.

-Describe the biblical and other support for man living   alongside dinosaurs.

Lesson 3 – Creation Days 5-6

Key Themes

-The Bible tells us how God created the universe.

-God created the universe by the power of His   Word.

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:20-28; 1:31;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-List what was created in Days Five and Six of Creation   Week.

-List the qualities of man that set him apart from the   animals.

Lesson 2 – Creation Days 1-4

Key Themes

-The Bible tells us how God created the universe.

-God created the universe from nothing in six days.

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:1-19;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe the meaning of the word day (yom) as used   in Genesis 1.

-Identify that God created plants “according to their   kinds”.

Lesson 1 – Creation: God Creates the World

Key Themes

-The Bible tells us how God created the universe.

-God reveals His omnipotence through creation.

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:1-31;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe how God’s omnipotence is demonstrated in   the creation account.

-Compare and contrast the biblical account of creation   with the evolutionary model of the origin of the   universe and life of earth.