Biblical Worldview Essay
A worldview is how you see the world in your own respectful way. The bible tell us what rules He has for us. In order to understand you have to have the passionate for it in your heart, soul, and mind. A lot of people may not know or why they feel the way they do, or how developed their perceptions of the way they were taught. My belief, God has given all of us an incredible gifts through the bible that provides us with the tools, and knowledge that we need in order to live a full life of blessings. Natural World
In the Book of Romans the natural world was created by God. His righteousness, his power, and his godliness have been obviously portrayed to this world. It states in (Romans 1:20) “For the invisible of things him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead: so that they are without excuse” (NIV). When believing in the word of the bible means that God created all things of the world and knowing what he spoke was the truth. God will give everybody the opportunity to know him and accept him into their hearts and lives. Individuals that choose not to do so, will eventually have to be called into judgment and endure the fate that they have ultimately chosen by rejecting the power and magnitude of God. Human Identity
God created the earth for man to enjoy in abundance and for mankind to be in direct and intimate fellowship with him. He created man with a conscious whereby we could discern God’s presence and creation in everything including our own selves. All creation was given to man to rule over and enjoy (Genesis 1:28-30). Distant from God man is without meaning and purpose, exactly what stated in Paul’s letter to Romans. Man has decided that they were wise engaged to ignore the person of God, and to declare an existence apart from him. In...
References: Romans Chapter 1-8, New International Version http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search= Romans%201-8 Version NIV
Towns, Elmer L. and Ben Gutierrez. The Essence of the New Testament. A Survey Nashville 2012.
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