Christian World View

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Part I. Worldview is our philosophy of life (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011, p.50). It is our interpretation or perception of everything in life, based on what we have learned, our influences, and our belief system. Worldview, describes a way of thinking concerning the world (Hindson & Caner, 2008, p. 498). Part II. 1. There are many different views concerning origin of mankind. The Christian worldview is that God is the creator of everything that exists (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011). Throughout the Bible, the creation of mankind is referenced, and God as his creator. In Genesis 1:26, the Bible tells us God made man in this own image. Throughout the Bible, the creation of mankind is referenced, and God as his creator. Moses wrote the book of Genesis. While Isaiah, is believed to have written the book of Isaiah, yet each author cites God as the creator of man (genesis 2:7, Isaiah 45:12). The books of the Bible were written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit (2Peter 1:21). However, all of the accounts tell us mankind was the creation of God. 2. The question of identity, means humans created by God, in the image of God are to have dominion over every living thing (Genesis 1:28). God blessed man, made him a “little lower than the angels,” with all things “under his feet” (Psalm 8:5-6). For it is for man, and the sin of man that God gave his son, to redeem man and give him eternal life, through Jesus Christ (John 3:16). 3. The meaning or purpose of a Christian’s life is to have a relationship with God. In order to have a relationship with someone, you must first, get to know them. The knowledge of God is obtained by reading the word of God, studying to show you are seeking knowledge of Him (2 Timothy2:15). The apostle Paul wrote letters to Ephesians speaking of how to obtain that relationship with God. Encouraging following of Christ, in love, to

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