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Biblical Worldview Essay

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Biblical Worldview Essay

Introduction (100-150)

In a secular world such as the one we live in, we are subjected to our own inhibitions.  We are responsible for all our accomplishments and the mistakes we make. Or, are we?  In a worldview perspective we are, nurtured by everything that surrounds our very being – whether it be our parents, siblings, friends, coworkers, society in general, or even nature itself.  Having a worldview means we are driven by our own desires and worldly views of living.  Having a worldview perspective means we will experience disappointment, loss, anger, and the list goes on.  This is the world see, in our plank riddled eyes and experience, in our temptation clouded minds.  Is there anything better?  Yes, there is something better!  Despite all the worldview perspectives we have soiled ourselves with, the word of God provides us the resource and offers us a way to enhance our lives through a biblical worldview.  Jesus said, " The Spirit brings life. The flesh has nothing to offer. The words I have been teaching you are spirit and life," (John 6:63, The Voice).  When we speak, see, hear, and act with a biblical worldview, we are guided by the word of God which is life. Hebrews 4:12 (The Voice) affirms this: " The word of God, you see, is alive and moving…"

Biblical Narrative (approximately 250-300 words)

In Aaron Gaston’s video, there is a clear expletive of the Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration of humanity as we know it.  We see the Creation in Genesis 1-2; God created a world that can be described with one word, shalom; peace!  In the beginning the earth was filled with God’s peace, a peace so profound that all created worked in harmony with His plan.  To live peacefully among each other in God’s presence and loving each other as he created us to do!  The Fall in Genesis 3-11; Adam and Eves rebellion against God affected our existence in the moment they chose to defy his commandment. Redemption in Genesis 12-Malachi and Matthew-Revelations 19, and Restoration in Revelations 20-22.


Topic Example 1; Love (approximately 250–300 words)

Listening to the view points of others from a Christian or other religious background, it is apparent that regardless, all people innately express love no matter their worldview.  In most cases the expressions of love from a non-biblical worldview belief will be seen as perverse.  Such as, pre-marital sexual relationships, adultery, homosexual acts/relationships, and other manifestations of ungodly morality.  Thus, everyone in general try to show/have love. We all have an innate need to illustrate love and a desire to express love.  No matter our belief systems, we all live in it.  Importantly, we must learn to conform our lives to live in it.  As we continue to read the bible and fully grasp the true meanings, we will begin to see the true biblical teaching about love.  As such, we will then and only then be able to understand what true love is all about, most especially Godly Love.



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