Instructions: 1.) In what sense is the Genesis 2 account of the creation of human beings humbling, according to Ratzinger. How is it consoling?
2.) How does Ratzinger understand the idea of “being an image”? Does Ratzinger’s idea of being “in the image of God” reflect/take account of our faith that God is a community of three persons?
3.) What does Ratzinger think is the particular temptation for our technical scientific age?
4.) In his treatment of Jacques Monod, what connection does Ratzinger make between understanding the world as created and understanding the world as good.
Answer: According to Joseph Ratzinger, in the beginning…….