Essay On Biblical Worldview

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Introduction
From my experiences, Biblical worldview is simply viewing the aspects of the world from a biblical standpoint. When talking with people that has accepted Christ as their Savior, it is apparent that their perspective of the world automatically changes. The acceptance of Christ as a Savior is the first step, but one must gain an understanding of their salvation and receive guidance through God 's Word . The Lord gave His Word to equip us with the much needed instructions for this present life. The book of Romans, authored by the apostle Paul, is one of his most theological writing and is indeed an instructional book that is easily applicable and pertinent in this day and age. (Hindson & Towns, 2013) From the book of Romans, we can receive instruction on the viewing of this present world through a Biblical and Christian perspective.

The Natural World
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When considering how life began, there are only two options. Either life was created by an intelligent source (God) or it began by natural processes (Ham,2005). In relationship with worldview, the natural world can be viewed from two perspectives, Biblical or secular. The Lord provided humanity with a History Book of the world 's creation, the Holy Bible It is then the when a Christian applies the faith that Paul speaks of in verse 17 in chapter one. "...The Just shall live by faith..." The battle of Creationism and Evolutionism is and will be ongoing. For centuries, man has attempted to destroy the biblical view by introducing and constantly bombarding the theory of Intelligent Design. In fact, it takes more faith to believe creation by natural processes than by a Biblical faith. Paul even quantifies God 's creation by stating that the creation of this world is clearly seen, whereas the world struggles to find the proof they

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