Christian Worldview Research Paper

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Diane Stevenson Foundations of Leadership: History, Theory, Application & Development LMOL 601 Regent University Dr. Kathleen Patterson Biblical Christian Worldview A worldview sets stage for all of our thinking about daily life and activities and there is very important to understand. How thoughts are formed about various things makes up a person’s worldview. A biblical Christian worldview encompasses thoughts that are governed by our Christian beliefs and values. There are no areas of life that a worldview does not play a vital part, therefore it is important to understand how to determine how a Biblical Christian worldview affects a person’s daily interactions with the world around them. I will discuss…show more content…
Even if this thought is not always shown outwardly it is the core of our thinking. Nash tells us it is important to know what you believe and stand for because as he stated, “Thy can be compared to a train running on tracks that have no switches. Once a person commits himself to a certain set of presuppositions, is direction and destination are determined” (Nash, 1992, 23). Our Christian life and relationships will all reflect our biblical Christian worldview in some way, every day. “Our faith has important things to say about the whole of human life” (Nash, 1992, 20). It would be wise and beneficial for every Christian to understand truly what they stand for and “…Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have…” (I Peter 3:15). Our Christian worldview gives us the confidence to share what we believe through word and…show more content…
Donald Trump demonstrates a character that is shrewd and uncaring for his employees. Donald Trump is about establishing an empire here on the earth more so than one in heaven. The Scripture says, “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” (Mark 8:36). Although he does profess to be a Christian his character unlike Coach Dungy does not validate it. The Christian worldview understands that everything is the Lords and we are to treat it as such. Sometimes it is the lack of understanding regarding the ways of God and the principles of His word that can keep leaders from treating their employees with respect and with moral love. Nash (1992) stated, “Christianity simply will not make sense to people who fail to understand and appreciate the Christian doctrine of sin” (p. 48). It is easy to look at our ways as right when if they were put against the word of God we would see how wrong they really

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