Glossary of ABeka History 7 - Unit 1, Chap. 1 Checkup
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- (9) How much did man learn from the flood?
- He learned little.
- (7) What is a culture?
- the way of life of a group of people
- (7) What is the most important part of a culture?
- How people relate to God
- (7) Which culture tends to be stronger in world history, Cain's or Seth's?
- (7) Why do we begin our study of world history with the book of Genesis?
- Genesis is the most reliable source for what we need to know about the beginning of world history.
- (7) Why is man special to God?
- Man alone was created in the image of God.
- (7) List three special characteristics of man.
- (1) language and thought; (2)awareness of the difference between right and wrong, and (3) freedom to make choices
- (7) What was the first human sin? What impact did it have on world history?
- Adam and Eve ate of the forbidden fruit. The impact is: (1) the husband rules the wife; (2) childbirth is painful; (3) work is tedius and difficult; (4) men die; and (5) all men have a sin nature.
- (9) Why did God send the flood?
- The earth was so filled with evil that God in His justice could no longer tolerate it.
- (9) What are two names for the place where the survivors of the Flood settled?
- Shinar, Sumer
- (9) What event resulted in the confusion of languages and the dispersion of people into many nations?
- the building of the tower of Babel
- (9) What is a nation?
- a large group of people who think of themselves as one and act in history as a unit
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