David Nobel, author of "Understanding the Times," has a good definition off Christian Worldview. He states, "It is any ideology, philosophy, theology, movement or religion that provides an overarching approach to understanding God, the world, and man's relations to God and the world. " I would add that It is the way a Christian should view the world with the eyes of Christ to whom resides Inside them. For without God, there Is no world.
What are the biblical/Charlatans worldviews for each of the following questions? 1 nee Quietest AT rolling - Genesis 1:1; Colombians 116. For tense won Delve In "Big Bang Theory' or "Evolution," there are too many unanswered questions. To presume that all that we know as the world today was that of total chance is completely unthinkable. Only an orderly, purposeful, intelligent, designer could have accomplished what we know as the heavens and the earth. If evolution got us to where we are today, why are there no present signs of evolution continuing in man?
Why does science show that we are made up of the same six elements of soil? When our bodies die, they turn back into soil. Hence forth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust. 2. The Question of Identity - Genesis 1:26-27; Romans 8:29. God gave us the greatest honor from the very beginning. He gave us His identity. He molded us in His own hands and breathed life into us with His own breath. From that time on, we are identified with Him. When we accept His Son as our Savior, He then indwells us with His spirit.
Living the Christian life allows us to become one with the Creator. 3. The Question of Meaning/Purpose - Genesis 2:15; Romans 15:15-17. Yes, God gives each of us meaning and purpose no matter where we may be in our Christian walk. Our repose may be as important as visualizing God's Word through evangelism or something as simple as the way we conduct ourselves around others. Just as God gave Adam and Eve purpose in the garden and Paul the responsibility to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ, He gives us purpose as well, every day. 4.
The Question of Morality - Romans 5:12-14; 1 John 3:4; John 3:19-20. There was sin before the law. When the law came, then morality had a definition. The online dictionary states that morality in reference to the religious beliefs is a system of ideas of right and wrong. Morality was defined by God. Without God, we have no morality. . The Question of Destiny - John 3:16; Romans 6:23; Revelation 1:5. Our destiny lies in the blood of Jesus Christ; the sacrificial lamb that died on the cross of Calvary and rose three days later beating death ("the wages of sin").
Thus, providing Christians with everlasting life with Him. How might or should a biblical worldview influence the way you do the following? 1. How should you, think about, treat, and speak to others on a daily basis? As a Christian, the Bible tells us we are to be like Christ. We must surrender all that we are to Him and assume a Christ-like character, specifically following the second retreat command to love others as we would love ourselves. 2. How would you vote in local or national elections?
One must understand what God says about the government in Romans 13:1. He tells us to obey the government because He put it there. God also states that He is the one that gives government its power. With this being the Word of God, I would want to elect someone that follows His commands. They must be a true Christian who looks to serve others; not be self-serving focusing on special group interests in order to get elected/re-elected. They should ask God