Biblical Image Of God

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The biblical aspect on Creation takes place in the beginning of Genesis. The historical part comes in along with Creation throughout the Bible. However, there are theological approaches in describing the image of God. Three ways one can put together a full image of God, which is the biblical view, historical view, and theological view. First, in Genesis 1:27, it says this, so God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. From a biblical perspective, being created in God’s image is significant to us believers and non-believers as well because we are all Christ likeness. Even though, we disobeyed Him that does not mean we are not His children. The biblical view of this is that we should…show more content…
We have seen that the image of God appears in three texts in the bible: Genesis 1:26, 27; 5:1, 2 and 9:6. In theology, we have seen how these texts all are similar in language, which is the image of God. Theology is important in describing the image of God because it helps one to understand various terms that could replace our general language. For example, the word selem, means shadow, which means resemblance or reflection of something greater (John 1). Last one but not least, it was beneficial to talk about these three areas where the image of God is…show more content…
My passion for nursing has always been the same. Nurses are the hands and feet of Jesus Christ, and our goal is to help those who are in need just like Christ did, since we are likeness of Him. Having a Biblical worldview will be beneficial to me as nurse because I will have a knowledge of what Christ image means, so that will help me to care for people more and to share God’s love to them. For example, the Bible says this, “The purpose of my instruction is that all believers would be filled with love that comes from a pure heart, a clear conscience, and genuine faith.” (1 Timothy 1:5,
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