GospelEssentialsEssay.docx - 1 Name Patrick Hadley Course CWV 101 Date Instructor Dr Jeff Jibben Benchmark Gospel Essentials There are many worldviews

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Name Patrick Hadley Course CWV 101 Date March 31, 2019 Instructor Dr. Jeff Jibben Benchmark - Gospel Essentials There are many worldviews out there. Everyone’s decisions and how they treat others is all established from their worldview. Christian worldview is one of the most common worldviews out there. Christians dedicate their lives to the followings and teachings of Jesus Christ. God, Humanity Jesus and Restoration are all fundamental ideals of the Christian worldview. God God is love. God is everything that surrounds us. He wants all of us to be prosperous in all things that we do in life. God is great, He is good, He is loving, He is understanding, He is forgiving, He is almighty, He is jealous, He is holy. Most of these “attributes can be seen through what God created” (Diffey, 2015). In Christian belief, God exists in the Trinity. The Trinity is the union of three persons – God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit/Holy Ghost – in one Godhead (Kilby, 2011). In Genesis 1:1, God created the universe. Some believe He not only created the universe, but He is the universe. God created everything. His most memorable creation is the creation of Adam and Eve. He made Adam from dust and He created Eve from one of Adam’s ribs (Genesis 2). God made human to be a spitting image of Himself. God is very spiritual and personal. 1
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Humanity In Genesis 3:9, God said to Adam, “Where are you?” This indicates “not that God really had no clue where he was, but that Adam and Eve were no longer where they should have been – walking with God (Lecture 3). The story of Adam and Eve really starts off the topic of humanity and human nature. God made humans to be a spitting image of himself. “Humans were supposed to operate their lives according to wisdom under God’s kingly reign” (Diffey, 2015). The lesson
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