primary sources

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records produced during the time period being studied, usually by those involved in the events being studied

secondary sources

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records that explain or interpret primary sources

worldview

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perspective from which we may examine and interpret the universe and everything in it

divine providence

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Genesis 3:15. Biblical teaching that God has planned all of human history; there is no event that is out of God's control or that doesn not help to accomplish His purpose for this world.

human depravity

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the doctrine that every aspect of every human's being (body, mind, will, and emotions) has been marred by the Fall and is opposed to God's will

history

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the study of the record of the past acts of God and man on earth from its creation to the present, based on teh best surviving evidence

divine sovereignty

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God's complete and permanent authority over this world

image of God

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a complex of qualities possessed by all humans that reflects part of God's own peronality

culture

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the physical and mental environment developed through human thought and labor

prehistory

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events that took place before humans developed writing