Study Guide 1 - Study Guide 1 1 List three analogies for worldview used in Chapter 1 of the textbook Lenses Box top of a Jigsaw Puzzle Foundation of a

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Study Guide 1 1. List three analogies for worldview used in Chapter 1 of the textbook. Lenses, Box top of a Jigsaw Puzzle, Foundation of a building 2. List the various definitions and descriptions of worldview found in the textbook and lecture. A worldview is a foundational set of assumptions to which one commits that serves as a framework for understanding and interpreting reality and deeply shapes one's behavior. A set of assumptions or beliefs about reality that affect how we think and how we live. The comprehensive perspective from which we interpret all of reality. Worldviews are composed of assumptions that form something like a foundation for every individual. A worldview is composed of assumptions to which a person commits. 3. Match the following worldview terms - Atheism, Pantheism, Theism, and Deism - with the correct description below. a. Belief in a personal and relational God who created and sustains all that exists: Theism b.
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