Qualitative Analysis Of Christian Worldview

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Introduction
In this week’s paper a qualitative analysis will be given from a Biblical/Christian worldview. Fisher (2013) notes, that Biblical Christianity is absolute and that God is the source of all truth, power, authority and in the long run bares a social responsibility to man
What is a worldview?
A Worldview is a presuppositions of assumptions which may be true, partially true, or entirely false, which we hold consciously or subconsciously consistently or inconsistent about the basic make-up of our world (Sire, 2009). A worldview is our underlying philosophy of life (Hemphill, 2013).
What The Term Worldview Means
The term worldview gives meaning to an individual believe factor. For instance, Christians tell the story of creation, the
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John 1:1, says, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (KJV). Is it too hard to believe that God has a vision? A vision of how God wants the world to exist. Also, what he wants in it, so he started by creating the world we live in. Life began with God’s worldview of origin. Proverbs 8:23 says, “Mankind came into existence before the works of old” (KJV). God creating him from the dust of the ground and woman formed from mans’ rib. God created everything in the water and on earth (Genesis 1:1).
How did mankind come into existence? Mankind is made after the image of God. John 1:13, says, “All things were made through him” (KJV). Man has always existed with God, but it was not until God said, “Let us make man-kind after our likeness, and after our image” (KJV) that the likeness of God was shaped into a form. Colossian 1:16-, says, “For by him all things created” (KJV). Mankind came to exist because Christ worldview is in him all things consist of him and without him nothing
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What does it mean to be human? Having my own thoughts of how things are and why they are make me human in contrast, we were made in the image of Christ with our own thought process but we process data differently. Isiah 55:8, “Humans are no more important than animals. Humans were made to care for the things of the kingdom. Genesis 1:31, “God made us all and everything he made he saw it to be very good” (KJV).
Why do I exist? Mankind exist to glorify God, to minister to those who are lost turning them back to the knowledge of the living God. Matthew 28:19, says, “Go ye therefore into all the world and teach them, baptize them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost” (KJV). Dr. Myles Monroe (2013), said, “I would presume all mankind was made to live for a purpose.” Even Christ existed for a purpose, John 6:38, “For I have come down from heaven to do the will of God who sent me” (KJV). On a personal note, I exist so I can lead women back to the family of God through teaching them how to glorify God in their marriage, relationships, with their children, and how to adorn themselves in the family of

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