Gospel Essentials Understanding and analyzing religions are important factors of achieving a spiritual life. Christianity worldview is a worldview that guides humans towards the spiritual life. Humans are responsible to know the Christian worldview and understand its importance. This paper will discuss the characteristics of God and creations, humanity nature and purpose, causes of humans’ problems and solutions, Jesus’s identity and importance, restoration process and grace and faith importance in Christian worldview. This paper also analyzes the Christian worldview by addressing benefits and strengths of Christian belief, troublesome or confusing parts of Christianity, and influences of Christian worldview on humans’ thinking and behaviors.
If we have other authority that tells us something contradicting it, we must realize that because of the Bible’s sole authority in our lives, it comes before everything else. Because of the Bible’s Godly nature, true Baptists refuse to place any other writings, doctrine, or creeds above it. Sole Authority is easily recognized in the Scriptures. I Timothy 3:16 tells us, “All scripture is given by inspiration of God…” The Bible clearly states that it itself is the very Word of God. And if we believe in a just, righteous, omnipotent God, we must believe and give heed to His words.
The designs presuppose a Designer. Deism is therefore a natural religion and is not a revealed”. Although, Deism has connection with Christian Theism in terms acknowledging that God has created the universe; however its worldview does not recognize God’s active involvement and interaction nature with his creations. It claims that faith is required to believe in God and it proclaims the existence of closed system where there is no relationship, fellowship and miracles activities occur between God and humankind. It defines human beings are a part of the time of the universe that does not have further destiny after life on
Christ mandated we be different and gave us the great commission before departing to heaven (Matthew, 5). Paul exhorted the Corinthians to bring glory to God no matter what is done (I Corinthians 10:31). To that end, humans were created. God is the only one who can bring about revival and reformation, but we still have the Bible to follow. Every situation is different, but the Bible never changes.
Let us start here, in the beginning, as we start to form a worldview based on Biblical facts. The universe did not simply appear out of nothing. God is the Creator of the universe and all that exists in the universe; including humankind. Because God is the creator, he is self-existent and is therefore greater than anything that was created. God has a Creator-creature relationship with humankind.
Following the claims made by the Books of the Bible, the message is a contribution to the ongoing and continuous account about the character and will of God and the description about the nature and will of God is the proper basis for answering any ethical questions. The reality is determined on the basis Biblical judgment. Whereas Ethical behaviour is system of moral principles by which human actions and proposals may be judged good or bad and are the rules of conduct recognised in respect of a particular class of human actions, including decent principles of an individual. The Bible addresses some of the discipline that deals with questions such as how should a person act? What is right and wrong?
Some translations give samples that could be explained as “ex-spired” or "breathed out", therefore, the expression “God-Breathed.” Looking through the Biblical sense of inspiration the firstly comes the idea that writers created exactly the things need to be written for God. This idea is supported in Peter 1: 20-21, where it is clearly stated that "no prophecy of Scripture is a matter of one's own interpretation... ... middle of paper ... ...e unfolds, the belief in the theories presented becomes easy to understand in that the Word of God is real and infallible. It is truth and has authority for God breathed and inspired people to write. This prophesies happened in due time and the wisdom presented became guidelines to live in happiness and peace, notwithstanding, grace and eternal life. The bible instructs us to be faithful to His Great commission and to live our life in a way that pleases Him.
And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him (Hebrews 11:6). We live for God because we know that he was the creator of all things In the beginning God created heaven and earth (Genesis 1:1) and that he is the glue to our puzzle, he hold everything together He is before all things, and in him all things hold together (Colossians 1:17). A true Christian’s worldview believes that even though the bible was not actually wrote by God himself, it is still the word of God, the divinely inspired word that is revealed to mankind All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16). Christians have to know that God sacrificed his son Jesus Christ ... ... middle of paper ... ...hristian. It is knowledge that everything is God-given.
Not the case! Rather, this implies, perhaps subtly, that God exists incorporated into nature itself, living with it, and not as the heavenly arbitrator he is supposed, by modern religion, to be. This is perhaps the most important message we are shown in the book. God is real, lives in real things, and, as we will see, is not bound by the finicky limitations and expectations of human beings. It is apparent that there is a definite message we are willed to decipher when we come across Brian creating his own "gods" on paper.
In other words, if one looks at the world this way, i.e., a place created and totally dominated by God who decides what is morally good, who ultimately decides the fate of every human being, it seems that humans are not significantly free after all, unless one considers freedom from God’s perspective. As a matter of fact, Augustine does not realize that if it is as he argues that God foreknows every event in the world, then God created determined creatures that have no knowledge of being determined. Augustine points out that, “…although God foreknows our future wills, it does not follow from this that we do not will something by our own will.” (22.214.171.124). Augustine’s argument here supports my criticism. Namely, what follows from this argument is that humans in reality are not free because every action that they will is necessary, thus already pre-determined by God.