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Name: Gina MallardCourse: CWV-101Date: 4/8/2018Instructor: Michele PasleyBenchmark - Gospel EssentialsIn at least 150 words, complete your introductory paragraph with a thesis statement in which you will address each of the following six sections with at least one paragraph each. A worldview is the outline in how we look at the real world and formulate the ideology ofour existence and what goes on around us. It is any beliefs, viewpoints, faction or faith which supplies an overall means to comprehending GOD, the human race and its linkage to GOD and the world. A Christian worldview is founded on the perfect Word of GOD. When an individual accept the Bible as entirely true, then one permits this to be the basis of all of one’s words and actions. By thoroughly discovering, pertaining and believing GOD’s Word in all aspects of one’s life, an individual could start to grow a profound, all-inclusive ideology which would stand in opposition to the insistent deluge of one’s societal non-Christian thoughts. If one hold and clinch on to more of GOD's views and depend on it with steadfast devotion, then he or she will start to make better choices and form healthier responses to antagonistic questions. Since, at the end of the day, it is the individual’s choice and deeds which disclose what one truly believe.The indispensable components of a Christian worldview are Incarnation, Atonement, and Resurrection of humanity (Lecture 5, 2017).1
GodIn at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. Prior to any and all establishment of existence of humanity, GOD was entirely autonomous and all-encompassing. The only existence was that of GOD and there was not anything which was not GOD. In view of the fact that we know that GOD is the foundation and architect of all creation, one cannot imagine of anything previous to or alongside HIM that is not in part of HIM (Horrell, 2014). For if whatever thing may possibly subsist that was not of GOD, GOD would not be immeasurable. In the utter commencement, GOD was all.This Superlative Organism is immeasurable in every one of HIS characteristics (Froese, 2010). Other than enclosing allof theopposing as does the God of pantheism, the GOD of the Bible perpetually present in completely faultless temperament in which not a single thing is superior. GOD is