Cielo Woggn CWV-101-MWF155ANovember 1, 2019Chip LamcaGospel EssentialsKnowing about the Christian Worldview and actually understanding it are two completelydifferent things. This is because there are many topics that you have to go in-depth on because they actually hold a greater meaning than what is just being said. Each person can hold Him to a certain standard, but in the end it all depends on how strong your faith in Him is. For this reason, exactly, the Christian Worldview can be interpreted differently. Many times, there are topics that can be debated and discussed because of the different point of views. Nevertheless, one thing is always true, Jesus sacrificed his life out of mercy and the love of God. Knowing that in the Christian Gospel Essentials are part of the wisdom we carry in our everyday lives are important, even if everyone thinks differently. The Gospel Essentials are made up of God, Humanity, Jesus, Restoration, Analysis, and Reflection.GodA common question for many people is who God is, and how can He help. People alwayslook at ways to help themselves and only themselves. They should be asking is what is he like and who is He exactly. “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; all those who practice it have a good understanding. His praise endures forever!” (Psalm 111:10, English Standard Version). God is all powerful but also filled with love (Lamca, Notes, Fall 2019). He created Adam, out of dust, and Eve, out of one of Adam’s rib, and a starting the story between them 1
(Genesis 2, New American Standard Bible). He let them into the Garden of Eden (Hiles & Smith,chapter 3, par.43) to live their lives, but all they had to do was follow a simple rule. The rule was to not eat the fruit from the tree of knowledge, one that they break because of the influence from Satan, the serpent (Genesis 2: 16-17, NASB). When it comes to his characteristics, he has many natural attributes such as being knowable, personal, justice, and goodness (Lamca, Notes, Fall 2019). God is also Trinity because He is the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. He is the only God and that means that he created the universe (Genesis 1:1, NASB). It also means that he since he created the universe, this ties him with creating every human’s natural instincts.