Biblical worldview essay

887 Words Feb 5th, 2015 4 Pages
Tim Brooks
BIBL 104-12D LUO
L26270480

Biblical Worldview Essay

Introduction In Paul’s epistle to the Romans he gives us the foundation of Christian life in regards to how we should not only see the world, but also how we should act in a world that rejects the gospel of Christ. In Romans 1-8 Paul teaches us how we are not able to come to a saving grace through our works, but that it must come from Christ alone, and not only to the Jews, but to the Gentiles also. Paul tells us however, that this will not be easy, but we that we need to remember who is ultimately in control of everything around us.
The Natural World Paul makes it clear that the world was created by God and that we are without excuse if we choose to deny that. Romans
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A culture without God is a culture without hope.
Conclusion
The relevance of Paul’s epistle should not be lost on us today. The problems that he was warning against almost 2000 years ago are still problems that we face today. We must remember that the world we live in along with our identity, the relationships that we have with others, and the culture that we live in all affect the way we live our lives. It would be easy to feel overwhelmed when looking at all the problems that are going on around us. For Christians, we need to remember the hope that Paul gives us in Romans 8:28 “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose.”
Bibliography
(King James Version). Retrieved from http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Rom&c=1&p=0&rl=0&ss=0&t=KJV Date accessed May 5,

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