CWV-101 Final Exam Study Guide.docx - CWV-101 Christian Worldview Final Exam Study Guide Key Terms Atheism belief based only on the natural or physical

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CWV-101 Christian WorldviewFinal Exam Study GuideKey TermsAtheism: belief based only on the natural or physical realm with no spiritual or supernaturalPantheism: belief that “all is god” and in a strong sense of spiritualism but not in a personal godTheism: belief in a personal and relational god who created and sustains all that existsDeism: belief in a god who created all things but is not relational or involved in the worldYoung Earth View: (recent creation) genesis 1 refers to seven-day period in which the universe was created, earth is thousands of years old, humanity is uniquely created by godOld Earth View: (day-age view) refers to seven ages of time in which the universe was created, earth is billions of years old, humanity is uniquely created by godTheistic Evolution: (evolutionary creationism, fully gifted creation) refers to matter or essence being created by god, evolution is the tool god uses to expand and grow the universe, god used the process of evolution in the natural worldSovereign: sovereign means that god has supreme authority over his creationCreation: the first act of the biblical story where god made everything that exists out of nothingFall: theological expression that speaks to the second act of the biblical storyline in which adam and eve did not believe god and sinned when tempted by the devilRedemption: purchase of something or someone out of bondage by a greater party; action of Jesus redeeming or buying people back from bondage of sin by paying the penalty for sin through his death and resurrection in order to set them free from sin for relationship with him Restoration: when people have been freed from sin to new life, jesus continues to work in their lives, healing the scars of sin and brokenness, and making them new; they become restored to wholeness and their lives become marked by grace and love; god is not only restoring individuals, but all of creation, fixing brokenness in the world; this process will continue until the eventual restoration of all things, when everything is made new- new heavens, new earth, and new bodies for peopleProtoevangelion: first gospel which appears in genesis 3:15Idolatry: act of ascribing ultimate value or worth to anything other than god, pithing christian worldview, is to put anything before godAtonement: the reconciliation of humanity with god through the sufferings and sacrificial death of christIncarnation: the son of god became united to jesus christ
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Rescue: gospel messageRedemption: gospel messageRepentance: change in mind which results in a change of action
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