A worldview is often defined simply as how someone views the world, but it is more than just the way one views the world. My definition of a worldview is the overall perception or interpretation that a person has on the world based on ones beliefs that is the foundation of which one lives life.
The Question of Origin
“How did life begin?” and “How did mankind come into existence?” Life began when the world was formless and empty (Genesis 1:1-2) by our Creator God. God was the creator of the world and he created mankind in his image (Genesis 1:27). The Question of Identity
“What does it mean to be human?” and “Are Humans more important than animals?” Humans were created in the image of God. Humans were to be the rulers over all the creatures of the Earth (Genesis 1:26) and God placed Adam and Eve in the Garden to care for it (Genesis 2:15). The Question of Meaning/Purpose
“Why does mankind exist?” The purpose of mankind is to have a personal and intimate relationship with God through Jesus Christ who was sent to Earth to save us of our sins (Genesis 3:16-17) and (John 17:3). The Question of Morality or Ethics
“What is right and wrong?” and “How should I live?” The Word of God is the truth which makes it the right way to live by and the foundation of what is right and wrong (John 17:17) and (John 10:35). God is the foundation of morality. The Question of Destiny
“Is there life after death?” and “What will happen to me when I die?” There is life after death, but there are two different places that one can live their eternal life after death (Roman 6:23). Eternal life can be spent in Heaven or in the fire pits of Hell. God determines whether we live eternal life in Heaven or Hell; when he judges us based on our lives on earth (2 Corinthians 5:10).
The Biblical worldview influences everything that you do. The first thing the biblical worldview should influences you to treat others in a polite and respectful way (Luke...
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