Comparing Hinduism And Biblical Worldview

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Hinduism and Biblical Worldview
Darlene Shields
Liberty University

Critical Thinking Paper
How are the 2 Worldviews positions similar? Or the same?

I believe the two worldviews Hinduism and Biblical worldview is similar because we both worship a God we as Christians worship one God the Hindus worship many. In my studies I have found two worldviews they are similar in a very few ways we as Christians believe that God loves us and we believe God to be the trinity that has 3 parts The Father, The Son and The Holy Ghost. The Hindus believe that Brahman is a three part God they believe there is Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva and they form one Supreme Being each one has a different title Brahma is the creator Vishnu sustains creation and
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Question of Origen
Hinduism originated in the 3rd century AD in India. In Christianity, unlike Hinduism there is only one belief in the way the universe was created and that is by God himself.
Humans came into existence on earth through the process of evolution. Over a period of 100,000 years or even millions of years, depending on what species of humans you are referring to, certain primates were born that progressed ever so slowly toward the modern humans we know today. Both of the worldviews believes God made them but, the Christian worldview is more specific on how God made us. The Hindus believe in so many Gods and there are many different sects they unify the sects through the worship of Braham they believed he was the creator God and he is the one that brought them into existence. ” Differing in their concept of his nature, God is the first cause, the answer to why there is something rather than nothing. The Bible says, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth" (Gen 1:1). Moses, the writer of Genesis under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit (2 Pet 1:21) identifies God as the first cause (Weider&Gutteriz).

Question of
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“What is meant by right and wrong?” and “How should I live?” The Christian worldview answers the question of morality based upon God's holy standard, with the Bible as its religious text. Christians believe in the fall of Adam and his deliberate sin eating the forbidden fruit (Genesis 3).

Question of Destiny

“Is there life after death? “What will happen to me when I die? We as Christians believe in eternal life after death. Is there life after death? I think it depends on our choice and our personal relationship with God. Our choice of receiving Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior or not while living on earth is believed to determine our eternal state in two literal places called Heaven and Hell. Hindus believe how they live their life if they lived a good life then they may come back as a human or animal after their body is dead but when they have reached the highest place they reach nirvana and become

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