Biblical World View Essay

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BIBL 110 B09 9/18/2014 Biblical Worldview Essay The book of Romans is a story that tells us more about how God wants his people to live in the ages of sin without partaking in actions that are not within the Gospel. The Christian lifestyle is broken into many different aspects in life. These different views consist of the natural world, our identity as disciples of the lord, the relationships that we partake in and even our culture of life. The many things that we can participate in our daily lives is exactly where we need to put our focus in. This is where the reference of Romans comes into play. In Romans, it is called the most “profound work in existence” as partake by the great apostle Paul. One of the many features of people living in the free world is the natural world. The natural world is the world that we live in every day. This the world that God created and we live in to this day. In the natural world, Paul explains in Romans 1:20 “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities- His eternal power and divine nature-have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” With the many creations that God has produced, the world should not be presented in an evil way. God gives us chances every day to show what is right in the world and how everything should be treated. God wants us to present ourselves in righteousness rather than in sin. When we receive God and his word, we should receive it with open arms rather than resist it. Romans 1:21-32 basically is informing us about how human relationships operate. It is so hard to have relationships with other people because of all the different personalities. The sin that we face on a day to day basis is unimaginable. We have a love or hate feeling towards people. Instead of having the love of God in us. We were created in his image so

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