Fall of Humanity: Then and Now (NO plag)

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In  this assignment, you will analyze the implications of the  fall of    humanity, consider the impact of the fall on humanity, and  reflect on    the continuing consequences of the fall for people  throughout human  history.

One of the central components of every worldview is the  topic of    human nature. The topic of human nature asks questions about  human    value, human flourishing, and human purpose. Within the  Christian    worldview, the issue of sin and the consequences of the fall  factor    prominently into the topic of human nature.

Use the "Fall of Humanity: Then and Now Worksheet" to   complete this assignment.

In  this two-part assignment, you will explore the topic of human    nature  from the perspective of the Christian worldview. The first  part   of the  assignment involves gathering research. The second part  of the    assignment addresses how the effects of the fall are still  evident in    the world today.

While APA style is not required for the body of  this assignment,    solid academic writing is expected, and  documentation of sources    should be presented using APA formatting  guidelines, which can be    found in the APA Style Guide, located in the  Student Success Center.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please  review the rubric prior to    beginning the assignment to become familiar  with the expectations for    successful completion.

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