Christian Worldview And The Holy Trinity Essay

1189 Words Oct 2nd, 2016 5 Pages
To understand the Christian Worldview is to know God: who He is and what He means to Christians. In the beginning, God is the sole creator and ruler of the heavens and the earth, the creatures that dwell upon the earth, and all things seen and unseen. A “God who is to be feared, known, and loved as the sovereign Creator of the universe to whom all glory, honor, and praise belong” (Diffey, n.d., para. 9). To Christians, there is but only one God, however, he exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, known as the Holy Trinity. The Holy Trinity is to the Christian Worldview because it provides an understanding of how all three persons played a part in the creation, spread, and sustainment of Christianity. There is the Father, who created all things and gave his only Son; the Son, Jesus Christ, who spread the Word of God and died for our sins; and the Holy Spirit that lives in all those that believe. God is not only the beginning, to Christians, He is also the end. He has done everything for His people to ensure that when final judgment day arrives, those that truly believe will have eternal life in heaven. However, believing is only one part of the equation, humanity must also understand how and why God created him.
Just as God created the plants and the animals, he too created man and women. “God said, ‘Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild…

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