We both believe the Bible comes from God and that he created the universe and everything in it. Billy Graham’s Christian worldview is one of faith and fact. He teaches a simple message of the Gospel and gets all of his facts from God. He displays his strong Christian worldview like I do, sticking to the Bible for fact and
Christianity has organised its principal beliefs into a structured systematic theology in which it draws its sacred writings and traditions from. These principal beliefs include the divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ, the death and resurrection, the Trinity, revelation and salvation. Through the ethical and moral teachings of Christianity and characteristics of religions which consist of sacred texts and writings, rituals and ceremonies, beliefs and believers and ethics; these beliefs can be expressed and connected with the life of adherent’s. The divinity and humanity beliefs identify that Jesus Christ was both fully divine and human, and that he is the second being of the trinity. This intended that he was the divine Son of God and recognised as being ‘one with the Father’.
Scripture is the grid through which believers view existence, truth, sin, salvation, ethics, and evil. This biblical worldview is based on God’s truth and the humanity and the purpose of God in our lives. The Natural World We see the natural world as being created by God and through his words. God has always shown who he was through the creation of himself and mankind. God was one that spoke into existence on everything he foreseen present or future.
Christians believe that God created the world and all that is in it. It is believed that humanity is created in the image of God, and that God gave people free will therefore there is good and evil in the world. The Ten Commandments are guidelines received by Moses from God on how adherents can lead good lives. They should not be avoided in fear of punishment, but embraced as a way to be saved from The Fall, where humans make sinful choices. Adherents believe meaning can be found in their response to evil and suffering.
So, clearly He is everywhere. This truth is taught throughout the Bible as the phrase âI am with you alwaysâ is repeated 22 times in both the Old and New Testaments. These were even Jesusâ words of assurance just after giving the challenge to his disciples to take his message to the entire world. This is certainly a comforting truth for all who follow Jesus. Another attribute is the concept of God as omniscient.
God created the heavens and the earth as stated in the first chapter, first verse of the book of Genesis, found in the Old Testament. Genesis 1:27 also states that we as human beings, were created in God’s own likeness by him. We as Christian people are fully devoted the to the origin explanation found in Genesis and a few other books of the bible. Identity is a tough subject for many people as we have been given this earthly body as one identity, and our soul could be considered another identity. Christians, in order to move on to Heaven, need to make the two as one while keeping in the image of God.
Above all other areas of dogma within Christianity, monotheism tops the list. Monotheism is the belief in one God who rules over all. This one God is the creator, and stabilizer of the universe we reside in. Christianity also believes in the Bible being the only set of scripture inspired by the word of God; Virgin Birth; martyrdom; the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ; the second coming of Christ; the creation of the world through the one true God; life after death; Hell; Paradise after death; and the Holy Trinity. Above all of these dogmas, the faith in a one creator God who rules the universe is the most important.
and Martin E. 2006. Prevailing Worldviews of Western Society). When I read the excerpt, and pondered on the Ontological question I would say, “ We are mankind created by God.” I would also say, “We are male and female created in the image of God.” When it comes to the Epistemological question I would answer, “It is through faith and our relationship we build with God that we know who we are. God’s gives us revelation along with visions of who he is that we may know he is. (Heb.
(Religious-Science.com 2008) The truths about the purpose of life and that our creator, God wants us to be happy and that he has a plan for each one of us. There are many references to truth in the Holy Bible. One of the best known verses “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me” (John 14:6) explains that Jesus is the truth. In a search for the keyword “truth” online of the Official King James version of the Bible, 364 references of the word in bible verses can up.
Theology The one, true God is one with whom we are able to interact. He has revealed Himself to His creation through both special and general revelation. Through general revelation, God reveals Himself through His creation (Psalm 19:1-6) and through His provision (Jeremiah 29:11). Through special revelation, God has revealed Himself through direct, tangible contact with human beings, most commonly seen through His son, Jesus. Additionally, God reveals Himself to His creation through His Word (John 1:1-18).