Worldview- ideas and beliefs through which a Christian individual, group and or culture looks at the world and how each individual interact with it. A person’s worldview show facts of reality and how it relates and come together. Reading the bible is like me brushing my teeth every day.
The Question of Organ:
According to the Christian worldview on the origin of life, the inception of everything that exists to include humans and animals was as a result of God, our Creator. Instead of life coming from non-living matter, as the Naturalist theory presumes, life came from life in the form of our eternally living God (Genesis 1:1). Man is not a result of an evolutionary process; man is unlike animals in that he is created in the “image of God” as thus stated in Genesis 1:27. We did not evolve from animals, but we share God’s nature.
The Question of Identity:
According to Chester L. Quarles, professor of criminal justice at the University of Mississippi, some of the Christian Identity movement's followers hold that non-Caucasian peoples have no souls, and can therefore never earn God's favor or be saved. Believers in the theology affirm that Jesus Christ paid only for the sins of the House of Israel and the House of Juda and that salvation must be received through both redemption and race. In many variations of Christian Identity thought, a key commonality is British which teaches that many white Europeans are the literal descendants of the Israelites through the ten tribes which were taken away into captivity by the armies of Assyria. Christian Identity asserts in addition that these (White European) Israelites are still God's Chosen People, that Jesus was an Israelite of the tribe of Judah, and that modern Jews are not at all Israelites nor Hebrews, but are instead descended from people with Turco-Mongolian blood, or Khazas, or are descendants of the biblical Esau-Edom, who traded his birthright for a bowl of red stew...
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