Biblical worldview describes the way a Bible believing Christian views the world and circumstances around him/her.
The Question of Origin – The one true God, the Creator, spoke into existence all of creation. This creation account is delivered to us in Genesis chapter 1 and 2. Proverbs 8:29 tells us that God set the boundaries of the sea and marked out the foundations of the earth.
The Question of Identity – When God created man and woman, He created them in His image (Genesis 1:27). He “created” us! He spoke all other creation into existence but he “created” man and woman. God told Adam that he had dominion over all the animals of the earth (Genesis 1:26); thus, Adam was not to be categorized as a beast of the earth. Like any other responsibility given, we should not abuse the creation that God has set us over.
The Question of Meaning/Purpose – Our purpose as God’s creation is to reestablish the personal relationship with Him that was lost after the fall of Adam and Eve. Prior to the life, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, God’s people tried to reestablish that relationship by following God’s commandments. Unfortunately, man is not capable of keeping the law as a whole. God sent His son, Jesus Christ, to die for our sins. Now we have a straight, yet narrow, path to God via His son as our Lord and Savior. John 14:6 tells us that the Son is the only way to the Father. Oh happy day, we are no longer held down by the law (Romans 6:14)!
The Question of Morality – The Bible gives us...