Biblical Worldview Essay.docx

Biblical Worldview Essay.docx

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1 BIBL 104 Biblical Worldview The first eight chapters from the book of Romans teaches us of Gods mercy and His love for all of mankind. Paul explains to the Romans what it takes to be a Christian through justification and sanctification. Paul speaks to the Romans expressing his worldview on the natural world, human identity, human relationships and culture by vividly portraying the sinfulness of all people. God called Paul to be an apostle and to preach the good news to the world which must be proclaimed so people can hear, believe, and call upon the name of the Lord for salvation. The Natural World Paul writes, [But God shows His anger from heaven against all sinful wicked people who are suppressed by their wickedness. They know the truth about God because He has made it obvious to them. For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God has made, they can clearly see His invisible qualities-His eternal power and divine nature, so they have no excuse for not knowing God] Romans 1:18-20 (NLT). What Paul is saying is that God has made it clear and obvious to all of mankind and through His creation, that He does exist so no one has any excuse for not knowing Him. As a matter of fact, ever since the creation of Adam and Eve, God has made His presence known to all of mankind through divine intervention, but yet some people will still reject even the basic knowledge of God.
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