Christian Worldview Analysis

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That if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved Romans 10:9. This verse shows us the role of God, the role of Jesus, and the role of humanity in the redemption story of humanity. It gives us a foundation of the Christian Worldview. Through this paper we will look with greater detail at the Christian worldview of these three different entities, how they worked towards the restoration of humanity, and my views of the redemption story. God And God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM.” And He said, “Thus you shall say to the children of Israel, ‘I AM has sent me to you.' Exodus 3:14. The first person of the redemption story is God, the creator of the world and everything that is found in it (McCormack, 2008). God is the first of the Godhead of the Trinity, which is made up of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (Kries, 2015). Knowing God is knowing love and wisdom (Diffey, 2014). God is not only the Creator of the universe and of humanity, but also the restorer of both (McCormack, 2008). The worldview of today’s society try to cause a chasm…show more content…
The Christian worldview gives humanity a security in that hope. The Christian worldview relies on the work that God did on the cross to fulfill that hope, when other worldviews rely on the imperfect man to attain their own redemption and restoration. The Christian worldview is the world view that gives a hope for today and for the future. The only problem with the Christian worldview is man understanding. Humanity does not fully comprehend God nature, and His plan. Because of this they try to find other ways to fulfill the way to salvation and restoration with God. God is all knowing, the beginning and the end, He has us in His perfect plan, if we continue to let our sinful nature get in the way of that, then we will not experience the hope that is only found in

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