Biblical Worldview Essay

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What is a world view? A worldview is our philosophy for life and how we look at the world around us. It is our view on things such as life, death, politics and religion. Having a Christian worldview gives a basis of stability and morality, something non-Christian worldviews do not have. From a Christian worldview, we believe that God has created us in His image. Because we believe we are created in the image of God, we have a set of morals that we should uphold. As I am studying to become a teacher I feel that I need to portray patience and kindness.
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Working with young children who are full of energy and their own opinions can present a challenge. And I am sure more than once in my career I will want to
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I should show kindness to my students when they fail to obey the rules that I set for them just as Jesus shows us kindness when we commit a sin against him. I should also have patience with my students as they learn and grow. Jesus has shown patience with each of us as we do so in our spiritual walk with him. “And the seed that fell on the good ground is like those who hear God’s teaching with good, honest hearts and obey it and patiently produce good fruit.” (Luke 8:15).

Biblical Worldview Essay Grading Rubric Student: | Criteria | PointsPossible | PointsEarned | Instructor’s Comments | Content: Does the essay cover the subject as thoroughly as possible? Are at least 2 topics covered? Does it demonstrate a personal understanding of the subject? | 50 | | | Introduction: Is there a clear introductory paragraph including a thesis? | 10 | | | Structure: Are there headings provided for each section? | 5 | | | Conclusion: Is there a summative concluding paragraph? | 10 | | | Mechanics: Is essay free of glaring errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation and is it posted by the deadline? | 15 | | | Format: Is the essay in 12-point, Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins, and double-spaced? | 10 | | | Total | 100 | |