Worldview is the bulk of morals, beliefs, and experiences that shapes a person’s outlook on the world. Many times these are preconceived notions, and sometimes even biases, that shape how we view other people or judge certain issues. II.
The worldview for the question of origin deals with how everything came to exist. Christians believe that God is the creator of all things. The Bible declares in Colossians 1v16, that all things are created by Him. This includes the things we can see, like flowers, and those we cannot see, like the air we breathe. John 1v3 states that everything exists because of God and that there is not a single thing that came into existence without him. The question of identity deals with who we are as mankind and our place in everything that God has created. The Biblical worldview is that we are not of the world, for we are children of God. This can be found in 1 John 3v1. He knows each and every single one of us and states in Ephesians 2v19 that we are members of his household. Through God, we find our true selves. Surely, finding out who we are leads to the question of “why” we are. The question of purpose deals with why God placed humanity on earth. In 1 Corinthians 10v31 we find that one of our main purposes is to glorify God in all that we do. The Biblical worldview is that as long as we stay focused on God, he will guide us. He has planned a future for us that is filled with hope (Jeremiah 29 v11). The question of morality reveals how we should direct our actions. The Christian worldview is that God has provided us a manual for living and therefore we do not even have to guess what is right and what is wrong. This manual is the Holy Bible and in 2 Timothy 3 v16, it clearly states that Scripture is sent straight from God and meant to guide us towards righteousness. We find even more clarity for moral behavior in Matthew 7 v12, which advises us to treat others the way we want to be treated. The question of destiny deals with what...
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