Personal Worldview Inventory Essay

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Personal Worldview Inventory Spirituality does not have one definite definition, it varies depending on who is searching for the meaning. The meaning of spirituality can change within one person, the more they search for answers and find their beliefs. To this writer, spirituality reaches beyond ourselves, it is the connection between ourselves and something greater. Puchalski et al (2014), states that Spirituality is a dynamic and intrinsic aspect of humanity through which persons seek ultimate meaning, purpose, and transcendence, and experience relationship to self, family, others, community, society, nature, and the significant or sacred. Spirituality is expressed through beliefs, values, traditions, and …show more content…
God gave humans the right to make choices on how to live their life. They can choose to live the life by Gods will or choose to live in sin. These decisions will lead the person on a road to either heaven or hell to live their eternity. According to Travis (1980), If this be so, we can see that both heaven and hell are best thought of not as a reward or punishment for the kind of life we have lived, but as the logical outcome of our relationship with God in this life. Heaven is not a reward for loving God any more than marriage is a reward for being engaged. And hell is not a punishment for turning ones back on Christ and choosing the road to destruction. It is where the road goes. (pg. 121)
How it is possible to know anything at all This writer believes knowledge is shared and taught between people. Knowledge can be taught, read, seen, or heard. “For to a person who is good in His sight He has given wisdom and knowledge and joy. (Ecclesiastes 2:26). The bible states that knowledge is presented to people who are faithful to God and humble enough to receive it.
What is right or wrong Right and wrong is what we are taught as children, and hopefully continue to practice throughout our lives. Right and wrong is established in modern day society through laws, ethics, morals and values. God initially made humans