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    Understanding God’s design requires us to be familiar with a biblical world view to help us understand. However, to fully understand we must know what a worldview and biblical worldview is and the difference between them: A worldview is how we see the world and make sense of the world around us and our life as we see it through a secular view point. A biblical worldview is based on the inspired infallible Word of God. When we Believe every word and story in the Bible is true—even the Jonah…

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    Everybody have different perspective on how they see and Interpret the world .One of these worldview is known as the African worldview .The African worldview is an product of the African history ,culture and philosophy .The African worldview consist of 4 different cultural factor these factors are ontology,epistemology ,Axiology and cosmology .This studies show that The African worldview represent an unique perspective of African American which is also represented in black studies and black…

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    Spirituality means different things to different people. This world is made up of individuals with different ideas and beliefs which give birth to different worldviews. My personal worldview is based on how I was reared. My religion, Christianity, is what shapes my worldview. I believe in one God who gave his only begotten Son, who died not for only my sins but everyone of this world. This paper will discuss the various meanings of "spirituality," and my understanding of the concepts of…

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    She would also be consider an example of an unreliable narrator. There are many times throughout where we can question the validity of her point of view. “I know that no one is going to believe any of this. That’s okay. If I thought you would, then I couldn’t tell you. Promise that you won’t believe a word” (p.578). Connecting to the ability to distinguish between the ideas of magical realism. Her…

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    Albert M. Wolters’ novel, Creation Regained, is a book on the basics of the Christian worldview and Christian education. This book is divided into five different chapters; What is a Worldview?, Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Discerning Structure and Direction. The first chapter covers the basics of what a worldview is and Wolters defines worldview as “the comprehensive framework of one’s basic beliefs about thing” (2). In the book, Wolters says there are four elements to this definition of…

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    A Christian Worldview

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    A worldview is the way a person sees life or the world. There are six major world views that we have studied Theism, Deism, Materialists Existentialism, Nihilism and Pantheism. Theism is the belief that there is a god/gods who created the universe, theist also believe is some sort of religion like Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Hinduism. Theism comes from the Greek word Theos meaning God, there are many types of theism such as Polytheism which is the belief in more than one God and Monotheism…

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    religion is a worldview, because believing in something makes it a world view. Religions that believe in a supreme diety, such as christianity and buddism, these believe in a god. However, an atheist doesn't believe in a god, yet, the mere fact that he believes there is no god, means he believes in something. This may seem like a small detail, even so, this makes a significant change in how someone, as an individual, views the world. In other words, imagine being an atheist your whole life, then…

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    In today’s world, conflict over race, religions and ethnicity is a primary source of conversation. When turning on a news channel, picking up a newspaper or even glancing at the magazine covers while waiting in line at the grocery store, one is not able to avoid the topics. The world of business is not exempt from these same issues. As Christians in a managerial position, one must know how to respond when they are placed in an assumed conflict. In order to know the appropriate reaction the…

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    In chapter two, before any type of analysis of current worldviews can be assessed, Sire takes the reader for a history lesson on how different people have defined (or used) worldview throughout history. His summary of worldviews is broken up into secular thinkers (e.g., Wilhelm Dilthey, Fredrich Nietzsche, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and Michael Foucault), and Christian thinkers (e.g., James Orr, Herman Dooyeweerd, James Olthius, Al Wolters, Ronald Nash, and John Kok). After surveying secular and…

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    Biblical Worldview

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    they live in the world. One’s worldview can be affected by their surroundings, what they believe in, what they are taught, etc. However, there is one worldview that trumps all, the biblical worldview. Figuring out how one gets a world view and how to analyze a world view is the first step in establishing the biblical worldview. Once the foundation is laid, three major events in the Bible; creation, the fall, and redemption will illustrate the biblical worldview as if they are the biblical…

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