September 28th, 2018
Worldview Writing Assignment Part 2
A worldview is someone’s perspective of the world based on their origins and morality; it is to see the world through a pair of lenses, that is usually related to a particular culture and beliefs, which makes people acquire a common sense about what is right or wrong, and also about existence. Moreover, it is a personal perception of life, and the development of judging.
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Having this said, we can determine that based on people’s beliefs, worldviews may differ from one another. A Biblical Worldview, for instance, is the ability to see the world from a Christian perspective, where origins and morality are based on Scripture, in the Bible. Therefore, the question about the origin is answered with Creationism, where God created all things, and in this way, believers understand that Humanity started from the principle that God created man based on His image, where He gave life to Adam, and from his rib, Eve was born. The evidence for this belief is in Genesis, the first book of the Bible. We can also state that in this worldview, morality is based on God’s commandments, which makes people have a common sense about what is right or wrong, but most importantly, what is true or false, and that determines people’s behavior. God reveals himself to the world through Creation, Nature, and also through His human incarnation: Jesus Christ. As already mentioned, Jesus is the most significant proof of God’s love, given the fact that He sent His only son to die for us in the cross and release us from all our sins (John 3:16). God gave us new and eternal life, making his followers believe that there is life after death. He is also the way, the truth and the life, which makes us understand even more a Biblical...