A Christian Worldview Essay

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A Christian Worldview of Research In the world of research, a person with a Christian worldview should stick out from the rest. Christian researchers need to be the models of moral behavior, treat ethical issues according to scripture, and create an environment with their actions, words, and attitudes. It is imperative that Christians see medical research not as part of the secular worldview, but be non-judgmental, and treat fellow investigators and study participants regardless of sickness, need, ethnic background, religious status or financial situation. Colossians 3:23 says, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men.”
Defining Worldview A worldview is how someone views the world. It is the foundation for how a person thinks, what they consider right and wrong, beliefs and values, and is the basis for one’s perspective of the world. A Christian/Biblical worldview rests solely in the belief that God, God of the Bible, exists. Our worldviews determine the course our lives will take.
Building Blocks of a Christian Worldview Believing that God created everything in the universe by simply speaking it into existence is the foundation of a Christian worldview. It is dictated by the Bible that is the inerrant and inspired Word of God where we learn about God himself, the Trinity,
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In both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, God has stated His laws and commandments along with the consequences of participation. Therefore, I do not think scripture forbids participation in controversial research activities like stem cell or embryo research, assisted suicide, abortion, or assisted reproduction. God allows man to have free will yet as Christians we are to live, practice, and make decisions regarding participation in accordance to protecting our Christian
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