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1 Name: Carolina Yanez Course: CWV-101 Date: 10/21/18 Instructor: Dr. Hoselton Benchmark - Gospel Essentials A worldview is an overall point of view of the world, and this may vary depending on our education, culture and past experiences. Everyone has a worldview, whether they realize it or not, and it is based on a set of fundamental beliefs that shape our vision of the world and every- thing about it. The key to understanding the world and the issues that are related to it, including historically, is the suppression of cultures, as well as the actions of the people you adopt. Chris- tianity is one of the three monotheistic religions that exist in the world today. It has as its founda- tion on the teachings of Christ and involves God, humanity, Jesus, and restoration. God as the only creator that loves us and created us with a purpose, humanity created in God’s image and likeness, Jesus as our savior and the restoration to repent of our sins for our salvation so we can be free from our sins to new life. From his first page to the last, the Bible affirms what God is the creator of the heaven of the earth, he is love, but he is also the father, son and holy spirit. "God is the Creator of all things, He has always existed and will never cease to exist. " (Psalm 90: 2) "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth" (Genesis 1: 1). We can not see God because he is Spirit. What we see is the effect of God; his love The Love of God is manifested in Jesus Christ. In the salvation that God offers in his son, I have fully demonstrated that he loves us and because he
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2 loves us, he offers us salvation. John 3:16, speaks of this love of God. God was willing to deliver what he loved most, his son, Jesus Christ, who died on the cross, for his love for us. From the be- ginning of Christianity, one of the difficulties encountered has been to describe how the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (the trinity) are related; and how "the three persons" of the Godhead can be considered equal to the "only God" of the Bible, the Word of God. "There is a body, and a
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