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Cwv 101 Study Guide 1

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Topic 1 Study Guide

This study guide is a tool designed to prepare students for the Topic 1 Quiz. Instructors will grade the study guide for completion, not for accuracy.

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Please type your answers below each question, except for the two matching questions.

  1. List three analogies for worldview used in Chapter 1 of the textbook.

Foundation of a building, lenses, and box top of a jigsaw puzzle

  1. List the various definitions and descriptions of worldview found in the textbook and lecture.

- A worldview is a foundational set of assumptions to which one commits that serves as a framework for understanding and interpreting reality and deeply shapes one's behavior.

- A set of assumptions or beliefs about reality that affect how we think and how we live.

- The comprehensive perspective from which we interpret all of reality.

- Worldviews are composed of assumptions that form something like a foundation for every individual.

- A worldview is composed of assumptions to which a person commits.

  1. Match the following worldview terms - Atheism, Pantheism, Theism, and Deism - with the correct description below.
  1. Belief in a personal and relational God who created and sustains all that exists:  


  1. Belief in a God who created all things but is not relational or involved in the world:


  1. Belief that “all is god” and a strong sense of spiritualism but not in a personal God:


  1. Belief based only on the natural or physical realm with no spiritual or supernatural:  


  1. According to Chapter 1 in the textbook and Lecture 1, which worldview families use both faith and reason?

All worldview families use faith and reason.

  1. What kind of person does James 1:26 speak about?

Someone that claims they are religious but act as if they are not.

  1. Summarize Proverbs 8:10-11.

Wisdom is more important than any material possessions.

  1. What is the difference between private and shared worldviews?

- Private worldview is an individual's personal view of the world that is shaped by that individual's life story, experience, social and cultural context, and relationships.

- Shared worldviews refers to a set of foundational assumptions that groups of individuals hold in common.



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