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 ...view middle of the document...
Earth and animals were not to be worshipped, but responable to taking care of God’s creations.
3. The Question of Meaning/Purpose- “Why do we exist?” Pantheisms feel that mankind’s purpose is to end reincarnation so that mankind can get to the state of Nirvana. Naturalism view man’s meaning/purpose to be opened to many interpretation of how to leave a positive impact on others and the world around them. Theists believe that mankind knows God. Religion is man’s attempt to reach God. Christianity translate that the Bible is God’s plan to reach man. John 17:3 states “that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.” Basically having a personal relationship with God.
4. The Question of Morality- “What is meant by right and wrong?” Naturalism theory is what is right today maybe wrong tomorrow. It is from there on prospective or expressing emotions rather than state facts. Pantheisms views are God is everything and everything is God. Theists believe in the fall of Adam. Adam ate the forbidden fruit (Genesis 3). That when it was decided that mankind was in need of redemption.
5. The Question of Destiny- Is there life after death? Naturalist does not feel there is life after death, since death is final.”Only what one has done to impact the lives of other...