Gospel Essentials Essay - 1 Benchmark Gospel Essentials The Christian worldview is known as a structure in which people are able to understand the world

Gospel Essentials Essay - 1 Benchmark Gospel Essentials The...

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Benchmark - Gospel Essentials The Christian worldview is known as a structure in which people are able to understand the world and how we are able to see the reality and life of it. Christianity was first found through ideology that there is only one God and that he is the savior. The Christian worldview has always included the belief that God exist and is the creator of all things. Christian’s hold a theistic worldview, otherwise known that they only worship one God and their worldview is based off the Holy Trinity, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Throughout this essay, I will discuss how the Christian worldview know who God is, describe the different beliefs of each of the topics such as what the purpose of human nature was, who Jesus was and how we can restore our faith. Towards the end of the essay I will explain how I understand the gospel and give my own opinion of how I see my worldview. God As the years went on, people have always tried to picture what God was like. It’s hard to picture what God is like because we’ve never been able to see him since he was born, but we do know that he is the all mighty and creator of the universe. In the Bible, it says that God declares to be a spirit, meaning that he can be everything at the same time because he has unlimited wisdom, power, love and mercy. In the Gospel of John, Jesus starts to talk to a woman at a well. He tells her that “Handle me and see, for a spirit does not have flesh and bones as you see I have” (Luke 24:39, Farther, 2017). Even though we can’t see him and he’s able to see everything that we do, this just shows that he isn’t limited to body, shape, force or boundaries. God had so many characteristics, he revealed himself as a holy God because he was perfect in every detail. Not only is he perfect but is also loving, as it quotes in the Bible, “For God so loved the world 1
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that he gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16). No matter what sins you’ve committed, or how shameful they can be, God will always love you no matter what. Which then lead to his creation of Adam and Eve and the
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