Essay On Worldview

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Worldview Paper Part I: According to “The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics” the author defines worldview as “the framework of beliefs by which a person views the world around them” (Hindson & Caner, 2008). Everyone have a perspective on how they observe the world. My opinion is that worldview is a collection of observations that is commonly used as a way to configure judgement, understanding, knowledge and different findings of truth. Worldview is a set of beliefs that an individual has within them to value everyday life choices such as religion, history, diversity, values, God, humanity and many more. An individual’s feelings, emotions, and experiences can strongly impact their worldview. (105 words)
Question of Origin In the book of Genesis, Moses identifies the beginning of the human and Hebrew race. Genesis 1:1 claims that God created the heavens and the earth. In reference to origin, Weider & Gutierrez stated that “Most
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For example, the author of Genesis quoted, “God said let there be light, and there was light” (Genesis 1:3 English standard version). However, when he created humans he became more active by breathing life into his body and creating mankind from the ground. In genesis 1:28, God gave humans the role to multiply and rule the animals. In Psalms 8:5, the author states, “you made them a little lower than the angels and crowned them with glory and honor” (Psalms 8:5 New International Version). That scripture is evidence that humans are above the animals and just right below the angels. Weider & Gutierrez (2014) claims that, based on Naturalism, “Since man and animals come from a similar ancestry, mankind should not be viewed or valued as superior in species”. Naturalism opposes the idea that is taught in Christian worldview. From the Christian perspective, Humans was made in the image of God and have the responsibility to care for animals and the earth until God

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