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The Worldview of Christianity

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Worldviews are essential to function in life today. Worldview is defined as a set of beliefs that helps the human race understand or comprehend the universe. Without believing in something, there is no understanding of how things operate or function. Basically, it is an interpretation of its reality. The reality is that every individual obtains a worldview. Some worldviews are confusing or hard to comprehend, being merely a jumble of options. This worldview is examined and thoughtful, however, it’s much beyond a person’s personal view; it is a system that looks for answers to the questions of life. A Christian worldview is not just one’s personal faith expression, not just a theory. It is an all-consuming way of life, available for all living beings.

Christianity is broken down into different elements, which consists of the physical, spiritual and afterlife. Christians rely and depend on their worldview because it’s the only one that seems logical to them. It affects what you believe about God, marriage, government, social structures, environment, education, finances, family and children, etc. It affects everything around you and all your interactions must be interpreted and must be understood in light of your worldview. The belief of Christian worldview and the understanding of God, the many parts and nature of Him, teachings, characteristics, purpose of his creations, problems faced and his solution he orchestrated is the main points of this writing.


The worldview of Christianity begins with the acknowledgement of God’s existence. They believe God as being the Creator of everything existed. God is the Soverign one that deserves all praise, glory, and honor (Diffey, 2014). He is known to be the Lord of Lords, King of all kings, also a display of perfection (Dockery, D., 2016). The characteristics of God are a reflection of who he is to his creations. God is gracious, righteous, faithful, kind, meek, humble, full of wisdom, merciful, but most of all He is holy and full of love. The love he has for us being his greatest creations is unconditional, everlasting and agape. Agape refers to being selfless and sacrificial. That sums God up into two words, because he never thought about himself but only others. Also, he later created and sent down himself in flesh to be a sacrificial atonement for humans. In Micah 7:18-19 it tell us that God, pardoning iniquity and passing over transgression for the remnant of his inheritance. He does not retain his anger forever, because he delights in steadfast love. He will again have compassion on us; he will tread our iniquities underfoot. You will cast all our sins into the depths of the sea (New King James).



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