My Christian worldview on education is that the word of God can be expressed whatever institution a child goes too. Kids might not get the chance to go to a Christian school because it's too expensive. That doesn’t mean their faith isn’t important to them. I believe as Christian that God created us to learn his word, but more importantly follow his word. As long as we’re following his word, it doesn’t matter what institution we
This is mainly due to the fact that Christians are taught they must not be ashamed of what they believe and they must tell others about their beliefs. They feel they must share what the Bible tells them is the truth so that others will convert to Christianity and be saved from going to
They wanted more acceptance from the church, they wanted to be praised by men. If they didn't commit the sin they will still have the mindset of wanting more for themselves rather than focusing on God and repent. Which is a lesson for all of us today that lying to the Holy Spirit or God is a serious offence. Christians or non Christians, we suffer the consequence of sin because God cannot be with Sin. They cannot mix.
They didn’t have to waste their money so as long as they had faith. Martin Luther didn’t believe that the ways of that Church weren’t right because they were making people believe that they were going to make it into heaven by buying something like a release ticket called an indulgence. Luther wanted people to know the truth and not get abused by these foul rules of the Catholic Church. He then printed them out and put them on the front doors on the Church superiors. This would have gotten nowhere without the work of the printer.
It helps us to understand the position of both Jesus and his parents. In modern society, if we were in Mary and Joseph’s position we would be extremely concerned for the safety of our child. But as Jesus, and children, we have the amazing ability to adapt to situations with ‘not a care in the world’ because we are intrigued by the new experiences but we also feel warmth, especially within the church, as if everyone belongs and is loved in God’s eyes. However, if we were to not take the passage literally but metaphorically, or on a deeper level, we can understand that, without faith and trust we are lost. We need to learn to embrace challenge and adversity, and accept a fact that may or may not be what we currently perceive as ‘truth’.
Jehovah’s Witnesses Religion is seen as a stable and reliable way to forget about worries and what all is going on around in the world today. Some people are just programmed to desire the need for a religious yearning. This need can be so strong that they will take great lengths to serve their God to the best of their abilities. But what if this particular religion requires more than just regular attendance every Sunday morning? A religion that commands rules outside of what is written in the bible, and can put their followers in danger of psychological and emotional issues and even get away with killing their own.
Yun 's personal experiences outside of Korea influenced his views on certain issues. He firmly believed that Christianity would be essential to Korea 's advancement, yet this opinion reflect the Christian organizations and universities that made his education possible. Furthermore, because of his own circumstances, Yun became excessively critical of Confucianism and Buddhism, believing these thought systems prohibited Korea from advancing. He was generally critical of elites, believing that independence must come from popular education and conversation. Along with his controversial opinions, Yun took a different approach to independence and reform as some of his fellow compatriots.
The Worldview: Religion Shapes the World Religion is the way people believe in God or gods based on their culture or customs. In many parts of the world people belief in different types of religion. Religion is an important part of a nation’s lifestyle. There are some people that do not believe in any type of religion. Religion is important to believe in because of faith, self-confidence, and unwillingness to forgive oneself.
But you are so confident in your faith that at the end of the day you know you are a Christian but some of the things you and your friends say are wrong. You know these words or behaviors don 't put a smile on the Lord 's face when they are said or taken place. You have this little voice in the back of head telling you it is okay to let these actions take place because you do love The Lord. The enemy is constantly putting these voices in our heads telling us it is okay to cuss, drink, or whatever the situation may be. But really these things of the world are just pulling us down and tearing us apart from our God.
Religion is a part of people’s culture. It is an identity that can be shared with in a culture, which makes it a common conflict in all cultures no matter which religion one may identify with. In the United States 83% are Christian, according to a survey conducted by ABC news, but the United States is a melting pot of cultures, this mean one culture or religion should not have leverage over the affairs of the government. This is why in the US there exists the separation of church and state but the extent of said separation is unclear, causing religion to be the bases of people arguments regarding politics. In the government these arguments should be seen as invalid because church and state are no longer completely separated causing one culture to be placed above the others.