“Good people go to heaven as a deserved reward for a virtuous life ...” (Talbott, 2013). If one lived a good life and believed in God, then one can go to Heaven. If one lived a bad life by doing unforgettable things and doesn’t ask for God’s forgiveness, then one will go to Hell. God is good so he will not punish everyone who is bad, but hey will have to make good again in God’s eyes by strengthening there faith. This universe was created by God.
We are created by God so we should live for His glory, and also, giving God glory will give our lives purpose and meaning. We are born to glorify God by enjoying Him. We need to understand Him. the more we know about God, the more we know ourselves. “Our spirit is a reflection of God’s nature and allows us to relate to him personally.” So we need to have well and always remember to glorify God.
Christian Beliefs About Sanctity of Life in Relation to Abortion Christians believe in the sanctity of human life. They believe it is sacred and should not be treated badly or discarded thoughtlessly. Christians believe that God created the world and everything in it including man. They also believe that God created the world good. In the book of Genesis it states that man was created in 'God's image' this means that man was made in the reflection of God so man has some of the same characteristics as God and has a special relationship with God, God is able to relate to man.
God created us all unique and he decided everything that will happen to us, nothing was an accident, therefore life must be looked after and used how god intended. Life is a responsibility and we should treat any kind of it respectfully otherwise we are destroying God’s creation and so we must value life highly, and also live it accordingly to God’s will. People need to live their life until they die of a natural cause to find what god has planned for them. Christians try to model themselves to be like Jesus, to care for everyone and to try to be active in helping others improve their quality of life. Most Christians believe that god created human life and the rest of the world.
In the early verses, the Psalm points out that everything in this world reflects the glory of God because everything does what its supposed to do. Things follow God's law, which is the natural law. The Psalm then goes on to say that human beings, like the rest of creation, must do what they are supposed to do and we already know from Genesis that human beings are meant to look after the created world. The Psalm also points out that human beings will never be truly happy if they do not do what they are supposed to do. Furthermore, this should not be a problem because the laws of the Lord are good and just and therefore "they are more desirable that the finest gold, they are... ... middle of paper ... ...d Tutu spoke out consistently against the atrocities of apartheid and ensured that it was put onto the world stage as an issue that needed to be addressed The Quakers promote the equality of all people.
Humans should have respect nature and its ... ... middle of paper ... ...ural world we can see the influence it has on our world today. Our worldview is shaped by believing the Bible for what it says as truth. As we take topics such as evolution, marriage, the way we treat others and who we are as the human race and apply the principles taught to us in scripture produces a major influence on us as people. The Bible is extremely clear on God’s message of love for all humanity from Genesis to Revelation. God is our Redeemer and will always make a way of escape for those who love Him.
In chapter 1: Divine Revelation Itself, it is discussed how God wants us to understand and know the love he has for us. Revelation does not only consist of words about God: but it also contains the living experience of God. God shows us how to live as he would want us to not just by telling us but also God reveals himself. When coming to grips with that God is truly like, we come to understand the reasoning for our existence. As we all now he died in order to save us, he also makes us aware of our connection to God.
The teaching about the Kingdom was for God to restore his creation into the right relationship with himself (DiVincenzo, 2015). This was established so that he and his people can be together in peace, justice, and truth (DiVincenzo, 2015). This identity of Jesus and the work that he did on earth is important to the Christian worldview because it shows that God fulfilled his promise of the Messiah to save the world and it also fulfilled the scripture of the one that was to come. This is an essential element to the beliefs as a
The bible teaches them how to live their lives as Christians, so they believe it. This strengthens and reinforces that belief that they have been taught. Christians know that God values human life, because God sent his son down to earth in order to mend the relationship between God and humans. "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." (John 3:16) Something said to be 'holy' or 'sacred' must be protected and respected.
Although, God had more than one solution to the problem of sin by humanity. “Simply in order that through this gift of Godlikeness in themselves they may be able to perceive the Image Absolute,... ... middle of paper ... ...believe it is the most important that God loves us so much that He sent His only Son to succeed in bringing salvation to humanity. This could be the most important because without Jesus dying on the cross for us, there would not have been a sacrifice great enough to overcome the corruption that was taking over humans (Athanasius 8). Secondly, by God coming in a human form, we were shown an example of how we are supposed to live our lives being Holy and showing respect for one another as God shows respect for us. This human form was necessary to take because it was the easiest way for us to comprehend and recognize that Christ is Lord (Pohle February Twenty Fourth).