The Christian Worldview Of God Essay

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The Christian Worldview of God
Berlinda Lucht
Grand Canyon University (CWV 101)

The Christian Worldview of God


A Worldview cannot adequately be described in simplistic terms. Christian worldviews are often reflected in one’s convictions; these convictions are developed via experiences, choices and actions. True Christians consciously and diligently seek a life of morality, expressing Godly wisdom in their experiences, choices, actions and reactions. Such Godly wisdom often appears foolishness to humanity (1 Corinthians 1:2225), but as Jesus has taught, “Wisdom is justified by her deeds” (Matthew 11:19). Every person has need of wisdom, and each person possesses the ability to determine wise thinking and action. Therefore, it is incumbent upon man, to navigate the pathway of life through the lens of Godly wisdom; which is obtainable only through being in the right relationship with the Lord.


The Christian worldview of God encompasses an all-wise; all powerful and forever present spiritual being. Worldview theologians express God as an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent spiritual being. This perception allows man to intellectually rationalize and accept a God of total wisdom, possessing infinite knowledge; rising above what the human mind could ever think or imagine. Gods’ wisdom actually extends beyond our comprehension and is referred to as “infinite knowledge.” Importantly, God knows everything about…

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