Heather R. McCormick
March 5, 2012
Dr. Brent Kelly
A worldview is the way one person interprets their lives and makes decisions based upon their interpretations. Worldview could be that of good or bad decisions depending on one’s lifestyle and upbringing. A person’s worldview is affected by the way they were raised, educated, friends, surroundings and environments (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011).
In Biblical/Christian worldview the origin comes from God the creator which is the first cause. Genesis 1;1, concludes that god created the heavens and earth, meaning that God created them from merely nothing which is why there is something. Psalam139:1316, David said that God is his creator meaning that God is the origin of life itself (Weider & ...view middle of the document...
In Biblical/Christian worldview John 17:3 uses the bible as the way to reach out to mankind. The purpose is to become closer with God and build a relationship by using the words of the bible and Jesus Christ (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011).
In Biblical/Christian worldview morality comes from God’s own holy standards of what is right and wrong and one must obey these standards or one has sinned. Genesis 3, Adam ate from the forbidden fruit which was against God’s will creating sins on earth. Psalms 51:5 states that everyone is born as a sinner which is why Jesus had to sacrifice his life for all of our sins to obtain eternal life in the heavens (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011).
In Biblical/Christian worldview the question of destiny has two outcomes which is Heaven or Hell. Revelations 21:1-7, says that people will live eternally in the heavens when obeying Gods words, whereas Revelations 20:11-15, states that when disobeying Gods ways of life one is separated from the eternal life by Hell and the choice is that of the person (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011).
As a Christian speaking to another person or interacting with the public one would be respectful of their surroundings and environment. This type of person would be able to take what a person is saying and understand their feelings on certain ideals but would not downside them, they may however give them advice of their own nature (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011).
As a Christian one interacting with non-human creation or the environment may become skeptical. They are for protecting our environment not hurting it and many environmental issues may come abrupt when trying to defend our natural environment creating many Rights Activists (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011).
Weider, Dr. L., & Gutierrez, Dr. B. (2011). Consider . : .