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World Review

746 words - 3 pages

Jeremy Rutland

Looking Into My Eyes
“A worldview is a framework of fundamental concepts of beliefs about the world. In short, a worldview comprises the lens through which we see the world.”
– Michael Wittmer, Heaven is a Place on Earth, 21.
 
              Life Experiences, social media, history books, and church have all affected our view on the world. Many people would agree that something in their life has shaped what they believed and why they believe it. Having a worldview simply means throughout of everything you have and will experience you have found an simply answer to understand it all. Most Christians based their worldview off what the bible teaches. Another group of people ...view middle of the document...

         Human Identity is something Apostle Paul has a grip on because he understood the power and the work of Jesus Christ. Paul expresses in the book of Romans 5:19, “For as by one man’s disobedience many were made sinners.” Paul understood we were already doom because of another man’s sin. Our identity is traced back all the way to Adam being the first man. Even though we can recognize where our heritage is from still not stop the consequences of sin that’s in our lives. Jesus shedding of blood, allowed us to be a part of a linage that was holy and righteous. Human Identity is what the Romans lost focus on because they started worshipping the creation instead of the creator. People who are tuned into who they are and recognize where they come from will have a hard time being distracted from things that do not matter. Through Paul’s letter he was able to show them who they were by giving a simple history lesson as to where they came from.
   
      Many theologians believed that Paul was addressing sexual sins and the way they interacted with each other through...

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