Worldview Assignment

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Worldview Assignment

Apologetics 104

Part One:

What is worldview?
A “worldview” is looked at in many different ways. Logical the way one thinks about life, faith, death, work, values, and morals. As well as “how we see the big picture.” Say for instances you have to make a decision in ones everyday life, and have to deal with actions of the choices one has chose. According to Sire “a worldview is a commitment.” For example your commitment to how one believes. Everyone interprets what they see different and some may have the same views. Depending on how one is brought up in their household. A person philosophy of life, decision-making and interpreting life and the world around them. Basically worldview is the filter that we can compile everything in, the way one sees and understands world events in religion or political beliefs and ideas.

Part Two:

What is believed?
1. The Question of Origin- It has been stated that matter has always existed and given enough time and chance, of things going on around us. However “Naturalism” assumes that God does not exist. Pantheists believe everything goes through a cycle of birth, life, death, and rebirth, until one reaches the state of Nirvana. Theism believe the only one God exist, and is usually personal and relates to all humankind in a very close way. The Bible says “In the beginning God created the heaven and earth.” (Genesis 1:1)

2. The Question of Identity- naturalism is ideas mankind is a product of evolutionary forces. They look to understand through scientific theory. Pantheists view all life to be sacred or spiritual in nature. Also, the teach of life cycles call “reincarnation.” They believe good karma will have better outcome for future life to get to Nirvana. Bad karma being “reborn” into a lower life form. Theism view that mankind was created by God. Earth and animals were not...
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