Christian Worldview Research Paper

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The Biblical Christian worldview is based completely on God and His divine nature. Its theological, philosophical, ethical, and biological views are not only influence by Him, but are built upon Him. Without God, there would be no Christian worldview. The theology of the Biblical Christian is known as Trinitarian theism. This is the belief that God is not only one God by Himself, but He is also three separate persons, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. God speaks to His people through both special and general revelation. General revelation is manifested in God’s creation, and in everyday life. As Romans 1:20 says, “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been…show more content…
Christ’s redemptive sacrifice for us on Calvary demonstrates His unfailing love for us. This ability to know the nature of God is made possible by the Christian view of philosophy called supernaturalism. This is the belief that reality is made up of both a physical world and a spiritual world coexisting together. Philosophy answers the questions of what is real, what is true, and how we can know it.2 The study of knowledge and how it is made known is called epistemology. Something can be true only if it corresponds to reality. Christians believe that we can gain knowledge through revelation, experience, reason, and science.2 Therefore, knowledge is not limited to our own senses. Christian philosophy supports the belief of mind/body dualism, which asserts that the body is material in substance while the mind is immaterial.3 This belief corresponds with the Christian belief in supernaturalism. Unsurprisingly, just as Christian beliefs about theology and philosophy are grounded in a belief in the existence of God, Christian ethics also finds its foundation and meaning in God. Christians believe in moral absolutes, and the only way that moral absolutes…show more content…
They want to do anything they can to please Him. Even when we fail, Christ’s redemptive sacrifice is able to cleanse those who are repentant and wish to be cleansed. The stance that Christians take when it comes to biology is creationism, which, of course, is utterly dependent on God. Creationism is the belief that God created everything that exists. While Biblical Christians reject macroevolution, which says that one species can evolve into another, they do not reject microevolution. Microevolution, small, adaptive changes within the species barrier, is, in fact, scientifically proven. Irreducible complexity is the idea that something cannot be broken down into smaller pieces while still maintaining its function, implying that it must have been designed and created as opposed to slowly evolved. This concept is an example of teleology,

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