Christian Worldview In The World

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The differences between the Christian worldview and other biblical worldviews are vast and to understand them one must also study some if not all of the other world religions. When someone examines any of these other religions, we will learn these differences but will even begin to understand what fallacies they teach, what Gods they choose to follow and how they gain their worldview. In the world, as it is today with all the uprisings in the Middle East and other countries the Islamic religion is something we all should understand more. After reading this paper hopefully, you will have a better understanding of what the Islamic worldview is of the origin of the universe and how humanity came into existence and what it means to be human and…show more content…
During our human lives, our every thought and actions are to bring Him glory and honor. In Bible verses such as Isiah 43:7 it is very clearly written, “Bring all who claim me as their God, for I have made them for my glory. It was I who created them.” The purpose of man under Islam is to know that Allah is the One and to obey the Quran and follow the Five Pillars of Islam. These five pillars are; the Confession of Faith, the five daily prayers, giving Alms, fasting during Ramadan, and the Pilgrimage to Mecca. All of these pillars serve the sole purpose of worshiping Allah. The Quran states that “I did not create the jinn and humans only worship me.” (Quran…show more content…
Christians using their biblical worldview in their everyday work has been happening since biblical times, and we as Christians believe that God wants our business practices to be honest, just and moral, like his. "For the Lord, your God detests anyone who does these things, anyone who deals dishonestly.” (Deuteronomy 25:13-15) Christians use the Ten Commandments daily to understand better their right or wrong, found in Exodus 20:1-17 they are a daily reminder of a Christian’s moral behavior. In both Islam and Christian worldviews we find both laws and text to guide us in living a moral life. Essential to living life morally under Islam and for a Muslim’s salvation, where their good deeds outweigh their evil deeds, is obtained through the studying of the Quran and the Hadith following the Five Pillars of Islam, governing every area of their lives ensuring they do enough good in their lives and live a moral life before Allah. (Weider & Gutierrez,

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