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Worldview Philosophy Essay

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Worldview Philosophy

I was born and admitted into Christianity by means of baptism. Yes, I was born into Christianity and being born into Christianity; I go to church because my parents and family go to church. I say my prayers because my parents and family would say their prayers. I took the catechism class because my family said it is part of being a Christian. What I’m implying is that, as a child my worldview began developing through family influences and then from community surroundings like school, church, companions and so forth. It was not until I transferred to Grand Canyon University (GCU) and engaged into the Christian Worldview class that made my Christian worldview extremely ...view middle of the document...

As I have said in journal number two, Jesus has two notable natures. He is divine and human. He is not half and half; meaning God is not half human or half divine.

What is human being and what happens when one dies? The dictionary defines human being as a member of any of the races of Homo sapiens; person; man, woman, or child. The deep true meaning of human being is that we are the image of God. Human beings are created by our Heavenly Father (Genesis 1:26-27). Because God created mankind, the human race shall believe in Him. When we are firm believer of God, we will have a special place with Him in heaven afterlife. A great example of this is the story of the Death of Lazarus (John 11). Lazarus died from illness who believed in Jesus. Jesus came later on and raised Lazarus from his death (John 11: 1-37).

What is the nature of the universe? The universe is a gift from God. He created the universe and later created everything in it such as light, day light and separated darkness from light, God created water and the sky, the nature, animals, land and vegetation. Because God is not selfish, He created the universe to share his life with others. His creation is a testimony of his love, glory, mercy, wisdom, power, goodness and so forth to all of us (Genesis 1).

How do you know what you know and how do you know what is true? In order to answer this question, one must have the understanding of scriptures in the Bible. For example, it was not until I took this class and became interacted with the Bible that made me more believe in our Heavenly Father. Don't get me wrong. I was introduced to the Bible at a young age but it was not until I was in my adult years that I became to fully understand what I know and what the truth in the words of the Bible is. You know it’s true because you believe in what the Bible preaches about what is the truth.

What is right and wrong or how can you we know that there is a right and wrong? What is right for me can be wrong in someone’s eyes. What is wrong for me can be right in someone’s eyes. In my personal opinion what I see...

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