November 12, 2012
APOL 104-D81 LUO
Week Three Assignment
Professor: Stephen Switzer
1.) What is a worldview? It is widely accepted that the term. Weltanschauung worldview), was first coined by the Prussian Philosopher, Immanuel Kant in his Critique of Judgment, published in 1790. . (Consider is 2011 of Lew Weider and Ben Gutierrez,)There are many different ways to define the term “worldview.” It is a word that encompasses a great deal of meaning, emotions, and potential consequences. When we see things from a different type of biblical worldview we all have use bible as our filter for what we all believe in. A worldview can also be described as a filter or lens from which one sees and interprets the world and all that it represents. 2.)
1.) The Question of Origin the question ask, “How did life begin?” and “How did mankind come into existence?” There are many different ways that this has been answered. Some have concluded that matter has always existed and given enough time and chance, the end result is what you see around you today (Naturalism). In this verse which mean that we are told “In beginning that God created the heavens and earth. 2.
.2.) The Question of Identity this question seeks to answer, “What does it mean to be human?” and “Are humans more important than animals? “Since Naturalism does not accept supernatural events, they conclude that mankind is a product of evolutionary forces. It mean that The bible tells us that God created humans with his own hands as opposed to speaking us into begin as he did all other things on earth and in the sky. . (Consider is 2011 of Lew Weider and Ben Gutierrez,)
3.) The Question of Meaning of purpose asks,” Why does mankind exist?” And more specifically, ‘Why do I exist?” These are some of the most fundamental question which mankind Seeks to answer they are question with significant consequences. (Consider is 2011 of Lew Weider and Ben Gutierrez,) 4.) The Question of Morality or...
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