Biblical Worldview Essay
Class: BIBL 104-B01
Student ID: 26153813
Date: June 27, 2014
Romans 1-8 has a tremendous amount of information and a great message to the Romans that I would not be able to talk about every key message. Paul wrote the letter in preparation of his coming to Rome. Romans 1-8 shows a view of the natural world, our identity as human beings and the people of Christ, our relationships with each other, and our culture. Paul talks about the salvation of God through sin, death and resurrection of the people through Jesus Christ.
The natural world is also dealing with some of the same concerns now as they were then. The natural world struggles with faith and righteousness because of sin. The world is in a state of confusion; therefore, there are many different beliefs and even truths that people cling to. The natural world was created by God. We know this through the Bible and we as Christians believe this to be true. Genesis Chapter 1 tells us about the creation in six days and on the seventh day, God rested. Romans 1:20 says it perfectly, “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities- his eternal power and divine nature- have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that me are without excuse.” For those of you that have studied the Bible and Christ, and have a strong belief in the messages of the bible, have no excuse not to honor God. The created world reveals God by the wonderful works he did with creating people and all other life along with the earth and sky.
Human identity can be a little complex. We have our own true human nature but we are also made in the image of God. (Genesis 1:27) This message tells us that we have a spiritual connection with God through his son, Jesus Christ. Romans 3:10, 11 NIV says “There is no one righteous, not even one; there is no one who understands, no one who seeks God.” People are filled with the sin of the world so we need Jesus to...
References: Hindson, Ed, Towns, Elmer L.; Copyright 2013; Illustrated Bible Survey, An Introduction; Nashville, Tennessee; Published by B&H Publishing Group
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