Critical Thinking Assignment Module 3
I. What is worldview? What a person considers to be their truths on the views of the world and it issues. It is based on a personal belief system that has been formed through parents, teachers, peers, religious clergy, media, etc. that is the foundation to which a person" brings to the table" their opinions when such worldly issues and concerns arise.
II. Articulate the biblical/Christian Worldview for each of the following questions:
1. The Question of Origin - God was always and forever existed. He is the creator of all that was, is and is yet to be and He created everything from nothing. Psalm 104:24 is a great example of His handiwork and the infinitesimal amount of them. In Isaiah 45:18, God completed the earth with the plan that he was going to place his children on to live in paradise for eternity.
2. The Question of Identity - When God created man, made as his children, he created man to shepherd over the earth and it's creatures as stated in Genesis 1:26. Humans were made in the image and likeness of God and meant to partner each other like 1 Corinthians 11:12 captures.
3. The Question of Meaning/Purpose - God has always wanted a relationship with us but with the fall of Adam and the original sin that separated us from God, our purpose in life is to find our way back to Him. The way of finding yourself back to him is through faith in Jesus Christ, his son that is God himself as he came to earth as man, died for our sins, rose on the third day, ascended to heaven and will return one day and we will have eternal life in heaven per 1 John 5:13. Also, during this life, God has given us a number of rules or life guidelines to follow while we are here on earth as seen in Ecclesiastes 12:13-14 that help us to be the best humans we can be in this life.
4. The Question of Morality - There an innate feeling of right or wrong that each individual possesses. As God has...