The Essentials Of Christian Worldviews
The contains of this paper will outline the basic foundation of the Christian Worldview. In addition, it will explain my personal beliefs of Christian worldview. Man’s disconnection from God was inevitable because the nature of man is imperfect.
There are many different worldviews and each with its own understanding of what God is like. Likewise, not all worldviews belief in God or the existence of God. For example, because we can’t see God then the moon and the stars our God (Atheism). In addition, some cultures believe that everything was created by God, therefore God is everything and everything must be praised (Pantheism). Also, each and everyone of those worldviews make up a little of what God is like, …show more content…
God has been there from the beginning. God created the havens and the earth. “For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him” (Colossians 1:16 English Standard Version). The Son of God was sent down to earth as Jesus Christ. Likewise, Jesus Christ come to earth to take our place of the cross. Because we were disconnected from God, Jesus Christ sacrificed himself to reconnect us to the father. The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost” (1 Timothy 1:15 English Standard Version). In addition, this was all planned by God for Jesus to deliver salvation to the earth. God didn’t kill us for all the sinful acts that we committed but he justified us. Moreover, Jesus Christ give us grace and mercy even when we didn’t deserve it.
There are many benefits of Christian faith and Jesus Christ, being able to access true wisdom and knowledge. The issues many of people have regarding the Christian faith is the thought of God forgiving people for certain sins committed. For example, I was asked how someone who killed my father be forgiven and goes to haven. In addition, having a full understanding of Gods power is a huge part of the Christian