Also, ‘the angels are sons of God’, (Job 1:6 NIV, TLB), in a sense that they are His creation.” (Sleman 12). After “God the Father,” there is “God the son,” meaning Jesus Christ is God’s son and also, a representation of God himself. Christians believe if they believe in the “son of God,” then they believe in God as a whole. Lastly, there is “God the Holy Spirit,” which is the power of God. Christians see that God gives life and he lives through His own spirit.
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’.
The principal beliefs of Christianity are highlighted in the Ten Commandments, the Nicene Creed, the Beatitudes and the Golden Rule. The principal beliefs of Christianity are influenced by Judaism. As a monotheistic religion, adherents believe there is strictly only one God, originating from the Jewish YHWH. Christians believe that God is the Trinity, meaning one being of three co-equal persons – the Father who is the creator and sustainer of all life, the Son who is the redeemer, and the Holy Spirit which is the sanctifier. Christians believe that God created the world and all that is in it.
In order to receive salvation, one must have faith in the word of God and “preach Christ”. To “preach Christ” is to teach and minister about Jesus, who He is and what He did. Luther clearly tells us that no works can bring about salvation. He depicts an ideal Christian as one with great faith in God’s Word. In order to live a Christian life, one must look to Christ and place faith in Him.
Worldview Assignment Part One: What is a worldview? A worldview is the essence of our being, the very core of who we are in relation to our emotions, desires, and the decisions we make. It also helps us determine how we see the world around us and the events that happen in it (Weider and Gutierrez 59). Part Two – One: The Question of Origin The biblical/Christian Worldview believes that mankind, the universe and everything in it was created by God, with humans being created from God’s image. They also believe that all members of the Trinity “played a role in creation of the universe and mankind” (Weider and Gutierrez 65).
The Question of Identity - 3. The Question of Meaning/Purpose - 4. The Question of Morality - 5. The Question of Destiny – The Question of origin is best explained in the book of Genesis as God created the world and every living and non-living thing that cohabitate upon it. 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.
In Genesis 2:7, gives more detail of the making of man and how he became a living being. Therefore taken from scripture God created man. The Christian/Biblical worldview of identity is given in Jeremiah 1:5, God knew who we were before he formed us. In Jeremiah 29:11, God has made a plan for everyone. The morals of an individual leads him/her on the path of good or evil.
Name: Rani B. Saliba Writing Style Used: APA Fifth Course and Section Number: Theo 201 – B16 Short Essay on Inspiration and Inerrancy of the Bible First we’ll discuss the authority of the bible; Authority is defined as “the right and power to command”. The authority of the bible comes from the fact that the fact that the bible is the physical result of God revelation of himself to mankind. In John 1:14 it says “14 The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.” Jesus is described as the word of god. And Mathew28:18 say “Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.”.
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.
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