Govt 200 Martin's Ontological Questions

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Jacque Burch GOVT 200 8/26/13 Essay I When I look at the question, how would a communist answer the Martin’s “Four Subsidiary Philosophical Questions” I first had to ponder on what these words meant. The Ontological question which means, study of origins. The Epistemological question which means, the sturdy of knowing. The Axiological question which means, the sturdy of value. The Teleological question which means the sturdy of purpose…show more content…
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. 6:1 faith is the substance of things hope for and the evidence of things not seen. I would answer the Axiological question by saying, “God is the creator of the for universe.” Not only does he creates everything, he is everything. So that means because God is of value, we are of value too.We have to always keep God center. (Exodus 20:3 You shall have no other Gods me.) I would answer the Teleological question by saying, “We are the Kingdom of God, and because we belong to God’s Kingdom we have purpose and destiny on my life. Since God has purpose on our lives that means he has a plan. Jeremiah 29:11 states, “I know the thoughts I think towards you thoughts of good and not of evil to give you an expected
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