Biblical Worldview Essay

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Biblical Worldview Taylor Callahan Bibl/110 April 10, 2014 Liberty University Online Biblical Worldview Essay A biblical worldview is seeing how things are and have always been through time. This is also described often times as having a Christian worldview, by knowing that the true purpose on earth is to serve and love the Lord. I believe that having a biblical worldview is extremely important, because without it we would not have a moral compass to guide us on our path to righteousness in God’s eyes. Romans 1-8 was written by the apostle Paul, and display certain characteristics of the world that are still relevant in the world today. Natural World Romans 1-8 tells us that we here on the earth to worship the Lord, and follow in the path that he has planned out for us. Paul writes many times in Romans that there were the same sins being committed back then, that are committed now. God discovered very early on that the world would fill with sin, as being humans we have sinful natures. As God’s children, it is our duty to maintain God’s beautiful creation that he has allowed us to experience, and nurture it. “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.” (Romans 1:20) Paul also writes of God allowing his sinful children to be given in to their sin, since they chose not to follow him, as he does now as well. God allows us the freedom to do as we wish in the world, but there are always consequences. Human Identity Human Identity is important to how we see ourselves as God’s children. God created us all as equals, but each person has the choice to go down the path of salvation, or the path of rebellion. “They show that the requirements of the law are written on their hearts, their consciences also

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