Essay on The Worldviews Of Christians And The Christian Worldview

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The Worldviews of Christians The Christian worldview is one that many people around the world hold close to their hearts. This worldview is a view of love and hope and of redemption, and follows the teachings found in the Holy Bible as they are the Word of God. However, it has become apparent that some denominations don’t quite believe in the same foundations of the Christian worldview as others do. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, shares some core beliefs with this overall worldview but has its differences and many regard them as non-Christian because of it. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) is a religion that teaches the same teachings of love and hope and redemption but it teaches some things a little differently.
“Christians believe that there is only one God; however, this one God exists as a Triune being. A proper understanding of the Trinity is that one God exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.”(DiVincenzo, A, 2014). This belief that the Trinity is one person that exists in three people is something that very many Christians believe in. This however in not something that the LDS believe in. The LDS believe that God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit are three separate people that are one in purpose. “God the Father is the Supreme Being in whom we believe and whom we worship. He is the ultimate Creator, Ruler, and Preserver of all things. He is perfect, has all power, and knows all things.” (God the Father, n.d.)…

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