A Christian Worldview Essay

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A Christian liberal arts education does not have a textbook definition but is a solid foundation of teachings that are most essential towards a development of knowledge. This knowledge is then turned a personal worldview, which is comprised of previous teachings, experiences, and beliefs. In Heaven is a Place on Earth, Michael Wittmer states, “A worldview is a framework of fundamental concepts of beliefs about the world. In short, a worldview comprises the lens through which we see the world.” A Christian worldview is frequently present in all three of the texts. Throughout the texts this outlook is prevalent from examples of serving in troubled areas and giving forgiveness to those in need.
The Christian worldview is a comprehensive conception
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The resemblance of Christians pushing Christianity in an area of the world that is rejecting the practice teaches us two things. First, we are taught that Christians are stubborn in the fact that we must help and spread the religion even to those who don’t wish to receive the blessings. Secondly, we underestimate the power of Christians having the willpower to risk their life to teach and help the abused of Japan. The braveness to strive for knowledge in forgiveness to those who have apostatized and to serve the people still practicing Christianity under the cloak of silence. However, in the short story of Allegory of the Cave, the theme of silence is broken by the testimony of a single …show more content…
The worldview inside this cave is one dimensional until the one daring man has the courage to come out of the cave. The life outside the cave represents the Christian worldview, the outlook on life that encompasses you. The cave represents the outlook that we have on life currently, and cowardliness of others not willing to take a leap of faith. The experience outside the cave allows for a well-rounded education of life, in hope to have the mind, body, and spirit authenticated. This new worldview outside the cave allows one to understand fate, a new perspective of Christianity, and the capacity to broaden their horizons and thrive in the yet experienced

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