Christian Worldview

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Everyone wants to know the truth. In today’s society, it is rare to find an individual seeking out the truth for the creation of the world. It is taken for granted that the world has always existed. Considering the billions of people inhabiting the earth today, there are very few conversations that one hears being expressed about the truth of purpose and existence. The culture of society’s mindset today is usually enveloped with the question, “What’s in it for me?” People today are more self-centered than they were many centuries ago during the Renaissance period when individuals were looking more inwardly and towards themselves rather than looking towards God, who is the Creator of both heaven and earth. For those with a Christian worldview, …show more content…
This lifestyle is not one that is simply believed in one’s mind, but it is a lifestyle that is lived out daily during the good times as well as the challenging times. The basic foundation of a Christian worldview begins with having an unshakable foundation that shout “I shall not be moved”. Being already chosen by the Savior, it is not the Christian who finds God, but it is God who finds the Christian. The fiber of the Christian being has God intertwined in it. It is because of grace that the Christian has salvation. “For by grace are you are saved through faith; and this is not of yourselves: it is the gift of God” (Eph 2:8 NIV). Faith and learning succinctly coincide as a paired unit when it comes to growing in knowledge and understanding. When an individual chooses to live in a world of faith and only exercise the faith muscle, she eventually realizes that a piece of the puzzle is missing. The same analogy applies when only the growth of knowledge and learning is developed in a secular institution. Eventually, that individual realizes that there is something missing in their educational growth of knowledge, but quite often they are not sure exactly what that missing piece is. Faith and learning is a married joint venture that should be connected together. Knowledge is restricted when one is used without the other. Faith and learning need each

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