Reading Analysis Example

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Reading Analysis 2 No Name Liberty University Chapter 3 Robert Browning argues that truth exist beyond the influence of a human beings outside environment. Truth is at the core of all humans. Humans are born with the truth and it is evident throughout all things; nature, humanity, and the universe. Scripture states, “When I look a the night sky and see the work of your fingers, the moon and stars you set in place, what are mere mortals that you should think about them, human beings that you should care for them” (Psa. 8:3-4, KJV). This poem is a worldview that is in conflict with many popular worldviews such as physical determinism and social constructionism. Physical determinism basis truth on empirical evidence; if it cannot be seen it cannot be proven. According to Alban (2012), “physical determinism falls short as a model for making sense of human origin, nature, purpose, and destiny” (pg. 44). Likewise, social constructionism place emphasis on diverse perceptions. This is problematic because all humans have unique experiences and therefore view events uniquely. This makes individuals self-reliant in defining truth because truth is subjective. This is best stated by Alban (2012), “people live in a self-inflicted state of corruption” (pg. 48). From the institution of the world God has always established truth. Not only does it exist but it is also attainable and can be witnessed throughout creation. Error, or sin, occurs not because truth is something overt to be obtained but because it is distorted by the carnal nature of humans. Flesh or human desires bind the truth from coming into light that causes all humans to perceive it. Chapter 4 The Apostle’s Creed and the Nicene Creed both demonstrate God’s love for humanity and His constant desire to reestablish a relationship with His human creation. Those who believe in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, His death,

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