Biblical Worldview Essay.docx

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Biblical Worldview Essay By Jerome Schroder BIBL 105-B01 “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth”. Genesis 1:1. These are the first words in the Old Testament. For centuries people have been asking the difficult question, “How was the earth created and if there is a God, how did he do it”? But if you are a Christian and believe what Gods Word says then it is not really a difficult question at all. Other topics that we will discuss will be the creation and fall of man, the miraculous accounts mentioned in Genesis 1-11, human relationships and how they affect us in today’s society and finally the ancient civilization of Babel and how it compare to the civilizations that we know today. Beginning with the first chapter in Genesis, God created the earth and all living thing in it in 6 days. He did this for His glory and to have a relationship with mankind. But when Adam and Eve disobeyed God by eating the forbidden fruit, the natural world that God created became corrupt. Since the fall of man, and as the world became more populated, people turned their backs on God and some people (if not everyone) would even deny the existence of God. Paul writes in Romans 1:18-20 that no one has any excuse for not knowing who God is because He has made His presence known to all of mankind. Paul also mentions that everyone can clearly see Gods invisible qualities, His eternal power and divine nature. (I’m paraphrasing). As the story of creation unfolds, we then go into Genesis 6 which tells the story of Noah. Because of humanities
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