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Amy DrakeCWV 101-0504September 24th, 2018Professor Bob GreeneGospel EssentialsIntroductionThe Christian perspective is held by numerous people, some of which speak of Christianityin a light that is a long way from Gods' guidance. This may leave numerous non-believers scratching their heads thinking about whether God truly exists. In the event that God does exist, how is he or she here and for what reason? In the accompanying sections we will delve a bit more into the Christian perspective. Taking a look at key components of Christianity and maybe exposing a few answers about the character of God, humankind, Jesus, and the rebuilding of mankind back to God. GodWho is God? What are God's attributes? What is his creation? To understand God and what that represents to a Christian is to explore what it means to be a Christian. God is great. Godis kind. God is sovereign of Heaven and Earth. God is cherishing, does not seek to cause harm. God is simple, has understanding with reason. These are examples of the qualities that people ought to have and have. This makes the Christian God relatable and with achievable desire. The traits of God take into consideration a base of profound quality for individuals. With this capacity to meet the desires for God, individuals can accomplish an ethical world view. This will enable Christians to have an open heart and psyche towards society. It is determined that God needs us to get the message out of God through man. The expression of God is his trademark and moral 1
compass. Before the fall of man, man had a good heart and good quality. This is the man he needed to prosper and accomplish otherworldly prosperity. Indeed, even after the wrong-doings of man God did not surrender and permitted us the freedom of choice and free will. HumanityWhat is human instinct? What is human reason? What is the underlying drive of human issues? Man was made in Gods image and given free will. With free will came the capacity to sin.