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Tiffany Giles

CWV-101

9/29/17

Dr. Stermen

Part 1: Creation

In this paragraph, I’m going to explain what happen on the day of creation, and what is the message behind it. If you open a bible to Genesis chapter 1 you’ll find that it says: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth”, this is the beginning of everything as we know it. There are 7 days of creation, day 1: God created day and night, day 2: God created the sky, day 3: God created the land and sea, day 4: God created the sun, moon, and stars, day 5: God created the sea animals, day 6: God created land animals, but he also created men and women, day 7: God was finish with this work of his creations and rested. The message here is that God is the almighty creator, he existed way before what he created and this means he is sovereign, and sovereign means that God has all the power over his creation. Creation was not made over time, it was by the word of the creator in which his spoke everything into existence. God was happy with his creation, at the end of the seventh day, he stood back and said, “very good” (Genesis 1:31). The message to us from God is that he created everything, and he trusts us to be responsible, to take care of his world, (Genesis 1:26). The story of creation teaches us that everything God did and does is because he loves us and will always love us. He made “the heavens and the earth” for his children (Genesis 1:1). Overall, the message is that God is our sovereign.

 

Part 2: View of Origin of the Universe

In this paragraph, I’m going to explain and support views of the origin of the universe. It is believed that the universe was created by God and in the bible, the writer of the first chapter in genesis is more concerned about the “who” created than the “how” it was created. God is the center of this chapter, and how he created the universe. Each creation is created by the word “let there be” or something like that, and at the end of each creation God saw it was good. Chapter 1 implies that God was the one who created the origin of the world. The bible doesn’t say the various scientific thoughts on how the universe was made, but affirming that God is sovereign and has a role is creating the universe. “In the beginning God created” this means that when God began to create, in other words he began to cut, or shape, and knowing this means the creator is the one who creates order in the world. In this case God is our creator. God is known as the one who separated from his creation, God was not created, his existence was real and his creation is real that mean he is as real, because he called it to existence. He who is loyal to his creations so that his creations can commit themselves to their creator. The creation cannot exist apart from their creator. Overall, God created the origin of the universe.

Part 3: How does knowing the origin of the universe impact my worldview.

           Learning more and more about the origin of the universe does effect and impact my worldview.  A “worldview is a set of assumptions or beliefs about reality that affect how we think and how we live”. Knowing that God is the creator and I am his creation, impact my worldview because now I know that God has created me and knowing this comes with responsibility. God created me to be someone that can learn, someone that has knowledge and someone that can make life choices. When making these choices and learning, God will hold me accountable for how I use knowledge to make these choices. Knowing that God has created this world for his children’s effect the way I think because now I know that everything I do should be to please him, how I live my life, which path will I take: the one that Jesus has for me or my own. I am but an image of God therefor I will have these characterizes, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.  And those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires” (Galatians 5:22-26). Humans are created in the image of God, this means God the all-powerful has made his image upon the heart and soul of humans. These can mean many things, one of the things is that we can expect that since we are made from the image of God and we can have the ability to unlock the origins of the universes. Another thing that God did that changes my worldview is that he created this world and with-it people. The people who governor the world, have the responsibility of politics, society, philosophy, mathematics, education but under the wisdom and direction of God, should we follow in his footsteps. Overall, I believe that in some way my worldview effect the way I live and think.

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