Worldview is the way humans gather information around them and analyze it to form an opinion about the world they live in and the everyday life challenges around them. PART II.
The Christian worldview of origin is that God created man and even before man, God had created the Earth. We believe that science is relevant, but that is not how living things became to be. It tells us this in Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:27 (KJV), this is why we believe that God created mankind. One must understand that there are more miraculous reasons for our existence and God is the miracle. Identity is who we are. The Christian worldview of identity is that we are all God’s children and that we identify with Christ. We do this by being like him obedient, truthful, and faithful. In the Christian worldview humans were created superior to anything else that dwelled the Earth and have authority over them, we believe this to be true according to scripture in Genesis 1:27-28 and Romans 8:29 (KJV). Our meaning and purpose through the Christian worldview is that we were put here on Earth to spread the message of God, which is to fellowship. The Great Commission was to spread the word about Christ, his teachings, and his commandments. We believe this to be true according to scriptures in the Bible like Matthew 28:16-20 and Corinthians 9:17-18 (KJV). Morality and/or Ethics in the Christian worldview are right from wrong. We discern right from wrong by the teachings in the Bible not something that man told us but by what the Father has communicated to us through the Bible and revelations. Our morals come from God revealing basic instructions in Exodus 20 and Ephesians 3:17-19 (KJV). The Christian worldview of destiny is very simple our destiny is to be reunited with the Father again or to perish if we have forsaken thee. We as Christians believe that if we let Jesus be our salvation, confess our sins, and ask for forgiveness and believe in Him then we will reach our destiny. John 3:16...
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