In this assignment you will summarize and analyze the essential elements of the Christian worldview and reflect on implications for your own worldview.
Write a 1,250-1,500-word essay using at least two course resources (textbook, lectures, the Bible) and at least two other sources from the GCU Library to support your points. Remember, the Bible counts as one reference regardless of how many times you use it or how many verses you cite.
Begin your paper with an appropriate introduction, including a thesis statement to introduce the purpose of the paper.
Organize your paper with the following sections using the seven underlined titles for subheadings.
The Christian Worldview: Describe the …show more content…
First and fore most Jesus is or lord and savior. Without the presents of Jesus Christ the Fall of Man would continue in a drastic manor. He is a divine profit that is humble, and full of goodness. Jesus guides us through life with his teaching helping us with the answers to our question that we struggle with. As a son of God he is divine but acts more human. "You are the Messiah." And he sternly ordered them not to tell anyone about him (Mark 8:27-38 27).” John the Baptist interaction with Jesus the humble nature of a person that is easily worshiped.
Restoration: What is the solution to human problems according to the Christian worldview? What role do grace and faith play in Christian salvation? How do Christians think that the transformation of self and society happens?
Depending on what worldview you have, you may believe that we are still dealing with the consequences of the fall of man. Adam’s original sin effect the human race equally and in it entirety. No one person is except from their or his sins. Some of the consequences include sickness and physical death, moral weakness and paralysis. The consequences also imply an inherited guilt. To this day we are seeing the effects of Adam’s original sin’s with illnesses such as cancers, HIV, and even the Flu. We see moral weakness with drug and alcohol abuse.
Analysis: Analyze the Christian worldview by addressing each of the following questions: 1. What