The Importance Of The Christian Worldview

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the gap that existed between man and God because of sin, has been bridged. His precious blood that was shed on the cross wiped away all our sins. Furthermore, the death of Christ means humanity received grace; “grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.” According to John the Baptist in John 1:18, know one has set eyes on the Father, but through Jesus Christ, who is in close relation with God the Father, has made Him known. The teachings and doctrines of Jesus Christ whiles he on earth forms the foundation of the Christian worldview. Jesus taught his disciples about love. The Holy Bible, which is the blueprint of Christianity, talks about love in many occasions. The Christian faith is built on love. In Mark 12:30-31, Jesus said, “love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: you shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is no other commandment greater than these.” Everywhere that the Messiah went he preached about love. He was accepting and opens his arms to all. The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is significant to Christians because through it mankind is save; “the resurrection establishes Jesus’ lordship and deity, as well as guaranteeing the salvation of sinners…the…show more content…
If one loves their neighbors as themselves, they will not commit any atrocities against them and the likeness of God will show through their actions. This behavior can be more impactful than sharing the gospel/word of God with the neighbor. Jesus said he is the vine and we are the branches and if we remain in him, we would bear more

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