Christian Apologetics

  • Christian Apologetics

    for a vacation I might add. I was to attend a Christian apologetics course sponsored by Summit Ministries. The coursework was grueling, intense, and mind stretching. My living quarters were a small, rickety, 100 year old (and counting) hotel with paper thin walls shared with 99 other students. I left my sheltered home-school and was introduced to the modern, secular world of weird people, graphic videos of abortion, and the persecution of Christians in Sudan through science, history, theology, and

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  • Christian Okoye

    Okoye Okoye Christian Christian CHRISTIAN OKOYE, former All-Pro running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, created Okoye Fitness and Nutrition to help individuals redesign their health, fitness and nutrition. In 1990, The Christian Okoye Foundation was created to help underprivileged children assume their role in society. “The Nigerian Nightmare”, as he was known, has spent his adult years perfecting the art of sculpting the human body. Growing up in Nigeria, Christian played soccer until he

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  • Apologetics in Theology

    Apologetics in Christian Theology Part One: A world view is a fundamental cognitive orientation of a society or an individual that encompasses the entire breadth of the society or individual's knowledge and point-of-view. This can include natural philosophy, theories of fundamental, existential or normative philosophy or an elaboration of the themes, emotions, values and ethics of that person or society (" Secularism," 2004). Part Two: Articulate the biblical/Christian Worldview (what is believed)

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  • Christian Worldview

    Running head: WORLDVIEW Worldview Assignment Barbara Glodfelter Liberty University Apologetics I. Christian Worldview A Christian worldview is the view of the world from what is written in the Bible. It consists of beliefs and elements from a biblical point of view. It is how we choose to live our lives, our beliefs, and our values. II. The Biblical / Christian Worldview 1. Question of Origin is where we came from. We were created by God. God created all humans. God created

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  • Christian

    http://thegonetwork.net/school • Go Deep: Looking for a way to rekindle that special “God spark” in your congregation? Building on the teaching in Go Narrow, we take your people into realms of intimacy with God which will fuel and empower their Christian life. • Go Ignite: Designed to move people from the pews to places of action in God’s Kingdom. We lay out God’s big plan, and then help them find their specific place of action in God’s master plan. • Go Out: An innovative approach to evangelism

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  • Christian Ethics

    life is simple. The good life is knowing and loving God through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Niebuhr states in “The Relevance of an Impossible Ethical Idea” that in terms of the way we relate with God “the Christian faith is a type of optimism which places its ultimate confidence in the love of God and not the love of man.” Through this I find that the good life is trusting in the sacrifice that Jesus has made and knowing that the things he has intended for

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  • A Christian Nation

    United States of America was not founded with Christian principles or with any basis of religion. In ten years, no one will question whether we were founded as a Christian nation or not. Is this something that American citizens are willing to concede? Our founding fathers never directly made reference to Christianity or religion, but it certainly was referenced. Think of how the United States of America would be if its foundation was not one with Christian principles, not a united country, a country

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  • Christian

    As far as I can tell, after thirty years of experiencing God and life as a "Christian" and after thinking about this experience from several perspectives, a Christian is... a person who has a personal heart-to-heart relationship with the living God, characterized by warm and active acceptance on God's part; our honesty and dependence on the activities of Jesus Christ. Let's look at this a little more closely. "A personal heart-to-heart relationship": The point of this is to exclude 'religious'

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  • Christian Doctrine or Christian Unity

    | |Christian Doctrine or Christian Unity? | |There seems to be a great deal of controversy about “doctrine”. To those outside the Church the mere mention of the word | |conjures up visions that range from “outdate historical notions” to “things that Christians fight over”. It does not fair much | |better inside many churches. Today

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  • Bible 104, Theology, Apologetics

    their significance? Fee and Stuart, pp. 163-180 1. Understand the connotations of the word "laws" as it is used in scripture as expressed by the authors. 2. Know the authors six initial guidelines for understanding the relationship of the Christian to the Old Testament Law. 3. Understand the importance of Israel's disobedience in 'choosing' to not keep the law. 4. Explain the ‘paradigm’ of the Law that the authors discuss. That is, what is the Law to Israel? 5. Know the basic concepts

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  • Christian Community

    understanding of teaching in a Christian community. What are the key ideas of the writer that have proved particularly insightful for you? Reflect on the contribution of this writer to your thinking in the light of the course material you have studied and your reading of other authors. Due Date: Email Sent: I certify that this assignment is my own work. STUDENT’S SIGNATURE: Parker Palmer has made a significant contribution to my understanding of teaching in a Christian community. Through access

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  • Christian Sects

    paper is to provide a documented overview of the major "Christian" sects, or what some have called cults. We are using the term sects to avoid the much more complicated concept of cults. Specific attention is given the essential biblical doctrines which they deny. No information is given on the origin and founders of the sects, since this is of relatively minor importance to the apologetic task. Guidelines are supplied to help the Christian worker in his communication of this information. An extensive

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  • Apologetic Method

    APOLOGETIC METHODS Growing up in a large African American Baptist Church over the past 40 plus years with the past 30 plus years proactively engaged in the attempt of pastors & ministers trying to bridge and mesh this gap that has long existed in our places of worship for various reasons. This gap is the intellectual knowledge of the reasoning and faith. Being that faith and reason are two modes of belief, to explain the relationship of the two one must first explain exactly what reason and

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  • Christian Ethics

    Christian Ethics Project #2 1. From a Christian perspective, why did Marxist communism fail? From a Christian point of view, Marxism failed because of its atheistic qualities. Marx forbade and dismissed the practice of religion. Instead of allowing common religious beliefs to be incorporated or flow freely into Marxism, governments chose to censor religious practices, which of course brought about resistance from the people. This is one of the main reasons Marxism did not fair too well or even

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  • Christian Persecution

    Christian Persecution in Middle East Christian Persecution in Middle East Persecutions in the Middle East are increasing each and every day. The main target of these persecutions is the Christian community. Christians are attacked daily, without mercy, in the Middle East location and around the Middle East. Christian persecutions in the Middle East are growing drastically due to religious practices, government laws and different point of views. To start with, religious beliefs greatly

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  • Christian

    New Christian Study By Walter D. Huyck Jr., D.Min. www.thischristianjourney.com Week Four Spiritual Growth Essentials, Continued Before You Begin This Study  Pray for God to bless your study time and fellowship today.  Quote the memory verse to your study partner.  Talk about the Devotions you read this last week and the Spiritual Insights, Prayers, and Applications that were gleaned from these devotions.  Discuss any question that you might have as a result of your daily Bible Reading

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  • Being a Christian

    Being a Christian I became a Christian last year, it really changes my life and the way I sees things. I became more positive and contentment about everything. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only be gotten Son, that whoever believed in Him should not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16)”. Eternal life! Who does not want eternal life? All you have to do is believe in Jesus Christ. Being a Christian brings several good effects in life. Firstly, becoming a Christian not only

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  • Christian Islamic

    HAIGAZIAN UNIVERSITY Faculty of Humanities Department of Religion Fall 2012-2013 REL 292 - Christian-Muslim Dialogue (3 credits) Instructor: Issa DIAB (Th.D (Theology); Dr. His. (Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations); Dr. in Cultures and Societies in the Arab and Muslim World; DrTh in Bible Translation-Septuagint and Targum (cand). Phone Office: +961 (01) 90 12 59 – Mobile (03) 275 930; Phone/Fax (01) 88 33 13 -Office Number E-mail: issadiab@hotmail.com ; IDiab@haigazian.edu.lb ___________

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  • The Beliefs of Christians

    The Beliefs of Christians Michael Foster comm 156 March, 16th 2014 Howard Satinsky The Beliefs of Christians Jesus saves! Yes he does, this is one of the most important of all Christian beliefs. Christians have many beliefs that are tied to Jesus. The main beliefs of Christians are that God created everything, God has offered us salvation through Jesus, and God gave us the Holy Spirit to guide us. Christians believe that God created everything. By faith, Christians understand that the universe

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  • Christian

    How to be a Christian? Becoming a Christian is probably the greatest thing you can do when you give your life to God. Giving your life to Christ can change your life around when you think it can’t. Becoming a child of God is amazing because his power is unmatchable and his love for you is unimaginable. God gave us the Bible our sword to fight back against sin to make us the best of us we can be. God also gave us the gift of salvation by sending his only son to die for our sins. In order to

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  • Christian Apologetics

    Personal Narrative- Christian Apologetics Two weeks of this past summer rank high as some of the most rewarding times of my life. Next to my salvation, the experience has become an important turning point of my youth. This experience changed my worldview into a biblical perspective, and strengthened my faith in the Lord. For the first time, I was on my own, flying cross-country to spend two weeks in Colorado, not for a vacation I might add. I was to attend a Christian apologetics course sponsored

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  • Apologetic Terms

    1. Apologetics- Being able to defend the faith. 1 Peter 3:15 Apologia-Greek word “defense’ 2. Atheism-The lack of belief in a god and/or the belief that there is no god.  The position held by a person or persons that 'lack belief' in god(s) and/or deny that god(s) exist. 3. Circular argument- argument in which the conclusion of an argument is one of its premises; argument assuming something that would ordinarily not be assumed by someone who didn’t believe the conclusion 4. Coventalism-

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  • Secularism and Christian Apologetics

    Secularism and Christian Apologetics When I consider the reasons I returned to school and the chain of events that precipitated this dramatic life altering change, I know in my heart it is God guiding my steps. I am only a student, a late in life student, but I hope in some way I can be of some help perhaps through education a chance in some unknown infinitesimal way of helping to restore our country to some semblance of the moral clarity this nation was founded on. The Secular left is arguably

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  • Apologetic Methods

    According to Groothuis, various apologetic systems have proved useful, even though the best apologetic method must squarely face its limits. Even though a thorough and wide ranging apologetic is surely needed today, apologetics is bounded by at least three realities. [1] First, the Bible is a long, ancient and sometimes perplexing book for contemporary people. Defending what the Bible teaches is not a simple task and it certainly does not admit of a formula. We should realize that all our intellectual

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  • Conversion and Apologetics

    10.44-45). In the Earley and Wheeler text it is stated, “In the end Christians must understand that unbelievers will not accept what we say about Christ until they first see the truth manifested in our lives. We are implored by the biblical example to wrap our faith in the flesh of daily living.”Being a servant not only exhibits care for the unbeliever, it also shows a genuine faith. All too often in our society, Christians can be viewed as hypocritical in that they are perceived as not being

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  • Apologetics Application Paper

    APOLOGETICS APPLICATION PAPER Glenda Campbell APOL 500 July 4, 2014 Outline Introduction 1. Summary of the Islamic worldview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2. Evaluating the Islamic Worldview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3. Correcting the Islamic Worldview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 4. Defending the

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  • Apologetics

    Apologetics A couple of months ago, being pretty ignorant, I had to ask myself, “what exactly is Apologetics.” After a little research and a few lectures from my Professors, I learned that “it is the defense of Christian faith, usually on intellectual issues.” (Horton 640). There are many arguments that can be used in order to defend the faith, however, I will focus on four arguments, ontological, Natural Theology, accuracy of scriptures, and personal miracles. First is the ontological argument

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  • Apologetics Application Paper

    Apologetics Application Paper: Part 2 Submission Form Kristina Pickett APOL 500 November 15, 2014 Instructions for submitting the Apologetics Application Paper: Part 2 • Complete your introduction as it will appear in the final paper. • Include an outline of each major element of the final paper. • Include your full bibliography. • Follow the template / submission form provided. Submit the Apologetics Application Paper:

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  • Apologetics

    Apologetics Application Paper: Part 1 Submission Form APOL 500 November 5, 2014 1. Target Audience: Atheist 2. Summary of Significant Elements of the Worldview of the Target Audience: Douglas Groothuis stated in his writings that “ Our worldview shapes who we are and what we do. We are driven by our deepest beliefs, and interpret the world according to them, often almost automatically.” (pg.75) Atheist do not believe that God exist, they believe a lot in matter. I think that

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  • Christian

    Sufferings of the Christians Text: 1 Peter 1:6-9 Theme: The Will of God in our trials and sufferings Introduction: * “In these you greatly rejoice”, (v.3-5) Peter is referring to what Christ has given to believers. * We are to rejoice because of God’s abundant mercy (v.3). There may be trials, but God didn’t leave us. The following are examples of God’s mercy: 1. 1 Corinthian 15- “the resurrection of Christ will give us hope”. 2. Inheritance in heaven. 3. For keeping us daily

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  • Christian Audigier

    Christian Audigier The “vif” and the Furious (Fashion Designer and entrepreneur) He was born in 1958 in Avignon France. As a teenager he aspired to follow the Rolling Stones, but his inability to sing led him to channel his desire by designing hip, rock n’ Roll denim wear. After designing his denim wear collection (as a teenager), he caught the eye of McKeen Jeans. After this first success, Audigier became a young designer and start traveling the globe from a place to another. Then he moved

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  • Christian and the Jews

    Christianity would have not been born. In this research I will focus on early Christianity and how it began. Next I will speak upon how the gospel went from Judaism to a world religion. I will then talk about the persecution of the Jewish people by Christians. Lastly I will discuss the conflict between the two. Early Christianity In the first century there were four main religious sects made up of the Palestinian Jews: the Sadducees, Pharisees, Essenes, and the Zealots. The Sadducees were

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  • Apologetics

    E Leo Whitworth Jr. Dr. C Fred Smith Apologetics 500-D01-LUO April 1, 2015 * What do you think is the best apologetic method and defend your view. * The relationship between faith and reason * A comparison between the evidentialist, presuppositionalist, and experimentalist strategies. In my view, the best argument in apologetics is the evidentialist method. This method argues that the most significant historical events in Christianity- particular the resurrection of Jesus

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  • Apologetics Tests

    of 3 points The following cannot be said of the Bible. Selected Answer: All of the above Question 2 3 out of 3 points Paul speaking on Mars Hill, as found in Acts 17, is an example of cultural apologetics. Selected Answer: True Question 3 3 out of 3 points In the 20th century most evangelicals spoke of culture from a “Christ above culture” perspective. Selected Answer: False Question

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  • The Christian Life

    The Christian Life Professor L. Swinson BIBL 425 – BO4 LUO Dana R. Peebles May 23, 2015 Introduction For centuries, Christians have looked towards the Bible for insight and guidance on how to live a life of righteousness and be free from the bondage of sin. In looking at The Christian Life and comparing it to what The Book of Romans has to say, we can see that the Spirit is integral to this process. According to Romans 8, this process is part

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  • Apologetics Application Paper: Part 1 Submission Form

    Apologetics Application Paper: Part 1 Submission Form Curtisha Lawrence APOL 500 November 2, 2014 1. Target Audience: The target audience I have chosen is from the false theistic system. The world religion of Islam is a monotheistic world religion. Islam is an important religion that Christians should research in order to respond effectively and in a manner that does not appear to be condescending to the other. However, the Christian should develop a level of apologetics to defend the

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  • Differences in Worldviews Between Christians and Muslims

    Christian Worldview in Contrast to Islam Larry Hering The Islamic worldview of the world’s origin is similar to the Christian view in that they are monotheistic and believe their god, Allah, was the creator. Creation was Ex Nihilo, meaning that our world was created from nothing. The concept of the triune is blasphemous to them so we obviously have a major difference in our view of God and their view of Allah. There is also some indication that they also accept evolutionary theory (Weider &

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  • The Importance of a Christian Worldview

    understands their life and experiences. For Christians, worldview is formed by one’s faith. Even though some people might not recognize it, everyone has a worldview. It is especially imperative for believers to know their worldview so that they can apply it to their everyday lives. It is important for Christians to develop a worldview in order to be a witness for Christ, defend one’s faith, and discern what is good. Being a witness for Christ is one of a Christians primary purposes. Scriptures say

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  • What Is Apologetics

    Craig Reflection Paper Carlette Douglas Oklahoma Wesleyan University Apologetics An apology, as the term is used here, is not saying "I'm sorry." Rather, it means a ready defense; "offered in defense or vindication, especially of the divine origin and authority of Christianity." Thus an apology is a defense of what you believe to be true. An apologist is a person who makes the defense. And apologetics is a "systematic argumentative discourse in defense." (All quotes in this paragraph taken

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  • Early Christian

    Nazareth. The Christian religion, as with the ancient Greek religion, was first generated through the oral tradition. Jesus was believed to be the only Son of God by the early Christians, and this belief has endured in the modern Christian world. The Holy Bible, consisting of the Old and New Testament, is the basic scripture for Christians, and although Christianity and Greek Mythology are very distinct, they are similar in many interesting ways. Statement of Purpose I am a Christian, and in writing

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  • Apologetics

    1. What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our culture? Christian gospel in many ways is perceived in this day and age are a lost word. People have the art of praying and staying faithful to the word of God. God provided us with all kinds of blessings and opportunities in life so that we can flourish and prosper. Also God took all our sin to the cross and forgave us for everything we done that was not right in his eyes. We need to also understand that there is only one God and we

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  • Becoming a Christian

    Becoming a Christian For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believed in Him should not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16)” Eternal life. Who does not want eternal life? All you have to do is believe in Jesus Christ. Becoming a Christian not only offers eternal life after Earth, but it also offers a support group while you are living on Earth. You actually gain multiple support groups. You gain a support group through god, and you gain one through your

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  • Evidential Apologetics

    EVIDENTIAL APOLOGETICS Michael V. Galarneau Jr. Introduction to Apologetics APOL 500 September 9, 2012 Contents Introduction 1 Summary of Evidential Apologetics 1 Critique of Evidential Apologetics 2 Proponents of Evidential Apologetics 3 Conclusion 3 Bibliography 4 Introduction Apologetics has a long history within Christianity. The term, itself, comes from the Greek word apologia which is found in 1 Peter 3:15 giving

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  • Reformed Apologetics Ministries

    Reformed Apologetics Ministries Monday, March 17, 2014 Historical Examination of Roman Catholic Eucharist Theology Rome claims her view is historical. We will now examine if the early church writers taught transubstantiation of the bread and wine as well as the Mass being seen as an expiatory and propitiatory sacrifice. Rome has erroneously claimed her modern view has always been held by the historic church. At the Council of Trent Rome taught her belief was affirmed by “all our forefathers”

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  • Christian

    While many opinions seem harmless, others can be cruel, unjust, or harmful to reputations. Some opinions can build up such a wall that all hope for the light of another viewpoint seems lost. Culture and Lifestyle •Christian Science •Christianity •Religion •.My dictionary says that the primary sense of the word “opinion” involves “fixing in the mind.” It goes on to say that it is “the judgment which the mind forms of any proposition, statement, theory or event.” When we are going to vote for people

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  • Christians and Philosophy

    Christians are Philosophers According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, philosophy is defined as the love and pursuit of wisdom, a search for general understanding of values and reality by chiefly speculative rather than observational means, and an analysis of the grounds of concepts expressing fundamental beliefs. A lover of wisdom is referred to as a philosopher. A Christian can be both a philosopher and a Christian because both are seeking knowledge and wisdom. “The Bible spoke of Wisdom of

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  • Christian Review

    Job Principal: A Christian leader must never question his faith in God or God’s decisions. Key Verse: Job 42: 5-6 "My ears had heard of you but now my eyes have seen you. Therefore I despise myself and repent in dust and ashes." Explanation: The book of Job describes a man who had his faith in God put through numerous test. In the story of Job Satan questions Job’s faith in God . He believes that Job’s faith in God is only strong because God protected him from evils in life. Satan wanted to

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  • Christian / Buddhism

    life or destiny. Part II Christianity The Question of Origin The Christian view on the origin of life is that the inception of everything that exists to include humans and animals was as a result of God, our Creator. Unlike Buddhism which states that the world has been created millions of times but does not state that God created it. Buddhism also teaches that the earth will break away or stop. Many Christian believe that the world will be destroyed during the Armageddon “Revelation

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  • Christian Worldview

    Biblical/Christian Worldview Assignment I. A worldview is the way that we view the world. It is the way that we see things through our own eyes. Our worldview affects the way we answer questions and make decisions throughout our daily lives. II. 1. The Christian worldview trusts that the creator God, created everything out of nothing. He first created the heavens and earth (Genesis 1:1) and then everything that surrounds it. The creator God created us and gave us our breath. (Isaiah 42:5)

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  • Christian Worldview

    My Christian View In our everyday experience, just about everything seems to have a beginning. In fact, the laws of science show that even things which look the same through our lifetime, such as the sun and other stars, are, in reality, running down. The sun is using up its fuel at millions of tons each second—since the sun cannot last forever, it had to have a beginning. The same can be shown to be true for the entire universe.(Denton, 1986) So when Christians claim that the God of the Bible

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