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1 Running head: BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ASSIGNMENT Biblical Worldview Assignment Kathryn Charleston Liberty University April 22, 2018 Christian educators should have a Biblical worldview, especially in the classroom, in order to shine a light in a dark and often dreary environment. A worldview is the way the we view the world around us. “A worldview is like a set of lenses which taint our vision or alter the way we perceive the world around us. Our worldview is formed by our education, our upbringing, the culture we live in, the books we read, the media and movies we absorb, etc.” (Wayne 2018). Our worldviews can change based on our religion, our beliefs, our actions, and the environment around us. As Christian educators, our worldview should be Bible based and we should look at the world around us through the eyes of Jesus. The Bible tells us in Genesis that all people were created in the image of God. We were created to live out and exemplify some of God’s characteristics such as being good, faithful, loving, merciful, and patient. Being created in his image gives us the chance to show the world how wonderful and loving our God is because He instilled those characteristics in us. Having a
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2 Running head: BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ASSIGNMENT Biblical worldview means that we let Christ’s characteristics shine through us and into our daily lives. We have the chance to spread good news, joy, and encouragement because that is exactly what Jesus did while he was on the earth and what He did for us. Christian Philosophy of Education A Christian philosophy of education means to view our curriculum, students, colleagues and schools in a way that is pleasing to God. We should try to promote positive attitudes, forgiveness, and be fair and just in all of our actions, grading, and work. The Christian educator must prioritize the goals and ultimately, their desired results in the classroom. The main goal of a Christian educator should be to lead their students in a Godly manner and instill in them both academic and personal pride and sense of accomplishment. A Christian philosophy of education
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