<Your Name> CWV-101 <Date> Andy McClurg Gospel Essentials The introduction will give a brief overview and then end with a thesis statement. You may use the following thesis statement or any of the other topic sentences that I provide below without citations (I am giving you permission in the context of this class). The thesis statement can be as simple as the following sentence. This paper will discuss the essentials of the gospel or “good news” of the Christian faith, focusing on how the Christian worldview sees God, humanity, Jesus, and restoration, and then it will provide an analysis of the Christian worldview and finally a reflection on my personal worldview. God In this section (1 or more paragraphs) you will address the following questions from the Christian worldview: What is God like and what are God's characteristics? What is His creation? You can devote a paragraph to each of these questions, or use 1 paragraph that begins with an all- encompassing topic sentence. The following sentence is an example. God's characteristics form the foundation of the Christian worldview. If you use one of the references, you want to cite it. The following sentence is an example. Although the Bible never uses the word “Trinity,” the Bible has many examples where all three persons of the Trinity are mentioned together, for example, 1 Corinthians 12:4-6 and Matthew 28:19 (McFarland, et al., 2011).
- Fall '10
- Christianity, following sentence