Biblical Worldview : The Bible

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Biblical Worldview Essay Although a worldview ensues what a person believes about the great questions of life, a biblical worldview stands far more intense since it’s filtered through the bible and the outlook stays Christ focused. The book of Romans in the Bible provides an example of what a biblical worldview should be like. As a result of Paul’s truths in Romans 1-8, believers have been able to grasp an understanding of the teachings that express the idea of a biblical worldview that God intended us to perceive. Natural World In the book of Romans, my worldview starts by understanding what Paul meant when he said we are all born into this world as sinners; however, we are born again when we turn our lives over to God and are saved by God’s son, Jesus Christ, who gave his life for our sins in order for us to be forgiven by God and now learn from our sins in our new bodies through Christ. I take it that we must practice with all our hearts and souls to not sin, though sin is part of our natural beings we must always fight against it and repent when we do and always fight against sinning again or at least learn from the sins we have committed and through this acknowledgement of wrong doings and repentance we are promised righteousness, that we will no longer suffer and be given peace, joy, health, and love when our time comes when Jesus comes for us all those who believe in our savior, Jesus Christ, God in one. As the Bible teaches, Adam may have been the first man to sin, but it didn’t end there. “Adam sinned and death was decreed against those who were born” (2 Bar. 23:4). The consequences of Adam determine our human destiny and this is because of the refusal to acknowledge and worship God as our creator (Gaventa... ... middle of paper ... ...ns, P. (2012). Evolution of Adam : What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say about Human Origins. Grand Rapids, MI, USA: Brazos Press. Retrieved from Gaventa, B. R. (Ed.). (2013). Apocalyptic Paul : Cosmos and Anthropos in Romans 5-8. Waco, TX, USA: Baylor University Press. Retrieved from Mills, A. M. (2010). Holiness in the Book of Romans. Kansas City, MO, USA: Nazarene Publishing House. Retrieved from Smith, C. R. (2012). Understanding the Books of the Bible : Paul 's Journey Letters : 1 and 2 Thessalonians, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians and Romans. Westmont, IL, USA: InterVarsity Press. Retrieved from Stott, J. (2001). Bible Speaks Today Series : Message of Romans : God 's Good News for the World. Downers Grove, IL, USA: InterVarsity Press. Retrieved from
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