Lesson Two




The Doctrine of Sudden Creation: The Doctrine of Sudden Creation declares that when God created human kind, it was done quickly. This process did not occur over a period of millions as the evolutionist would have us to believe. Genesis 1:26-27; 2:7; 22;  5:1; 6:6; Deuteronomy 4:32; Job 33:4; Ecclesiastes 12:7; Psalms 100:3; 103:14; 104:30; Isaiah 45:12; I Corinthians 11:9 & I Timothy 2:12.

Adam & Eve were Created Male & Female: Adam & Eve were not a sub-species carbon based life form which evolved into satisfied personages, but through the omniscient and omnipotent specialization of God the Father & Divine Creator, Adam & Eve from the first moment of created existence, were the sophisticated personages we witness in Scriptures. Genesis 1:27; 2:7 & Matthew 19:4.

The Creation of Eve was Directly from the Hands of God: The Biblical language does not allow for any evolutionary process in the Eve narrative. Genesis 2:21 & I Corinthians 11:8.

Dust to Dust: When God made man He used the dust of the ground, not evolution. The Hebrew word for dust, Genesis 2:7, aphar, means the literal clay or dirt of the ground. Genesis 3:19

Man is Alive: When man became a living soul in Genesis 2:7, it is the same as living creature in Genesis 1:21. Creature in 1:21 & soul in 2:7 both come from the Hebrew word nephesh.

Man vs. Animal: The Scriptures give great care to distinguish between human and animal. Each are distinguished and are to remain that way (I Corinthians 15:39). Two distinct differences is that God breathed into man the breath of life, but not animals, and God made man in His image and likeness, but not the animals.  A couple other differences is that God walked and talked with mankind, but not the animals, and man sinned, not animals.

Answer the questions below.  If you miss a question, go back and study that portion of the class and then retake the test.  Once you have received a 100% you may proceed to the next class.  You DO NOT have to submit this test for grading.  Only the final test will be submitted.