Search: Quiz 13 (Fall 2018) For the following questions more than one of the choices may be correct. In those cases, one answer is ultimately better than the others. You will receive credit for selecting any of the correct answers but to receive a perfect score of fifteen, you will have to select the answer that most fully or accurately completes the sentence and captures the significance of the question. Name The first creation story Culminates with the creation of human beings in a paradisiacal setting. Accounts for the division of the Hebrew calendar into units of seven days. Establishes the hierarchy of organisms from those that inhabit water and air, to those that live on the land, to human beings, and finally to females and males. Describes a world where there is no death.In the story of Cain and Abel Abel properly observes the ritual of sacrifice, but Cain does not. The god of Abraham establishes the role of adversity as the basis for human progress. We encounter the concept of sin for the first time in the Hebrew Bible. The god of Abraham establishes the basis for a nomadic culture by indicating a preference for Abel's "firstlings" of the flock over Cain's fruits of the fieldThe god of Abraham destroyed human beings, "animals and creeping things and the birds of the air," Because the "fair" daughters of human beings attracted the attention of male gods and began bearing their children, which violated the boundaries between mortals and immortals. Because the human beings were predisposed to evil. Because all flesh had become corrupt. Because the world was filled with violence.The incident involving Noah and his sons Provides an explanation for the distribution of ethnic groups across the region. Establishes a model for determining the hierarchy among sons, in which the youngest can rise to a superior position over his older brothers. Accounts for the covenant between Abram and his god that gives Abram and his family the land of Canaan as their inheritance. Indicates god's displeasure with permanent human habitations based on agriculture.The second creation story Reflects a terrestrial perspective and does not include creatures of the sea. Accounts for a patriarchal social system among the Hebrews. Parallels the creation story of human beings in the Epic of Gilgamesh. Suggests that shame is a function of a knowledge of good and evil.