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Name Michael RobinsonCourse CWV-101Date September 8, 2019Instructor Professor GomezBenchmark - Gospel EssentialsIn at least 150 words, complete your introductory paragraph with a thesis statement in which you will address each of the following six sections with at least one paragraph each. The Christian worldview is full of wonder and belief involving many parts to make it whole. The main parts of the Christian worldview involve God himself, us as humanity, the son of God, Jesus Christ, and the restoration of us as his people. As a Christian I have used these to form my own worldview like that of the Christian worldview. And after learning of each part, it has strengthened my belief entirely. These essential elements are a foundation also for many other Christians and each part as intricate as the next to form a whole understanding of God and this fascinating worldview. Let us all look at how each of these topics can play a part to make up the solid foundation of the whole Christian worldview, and we will reflect on how they are similar to what my worldview is made up of as well. GodIn at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. 1The one true God of the Christian worldview is amazing and amazingly graceful. The bible tells us starting in Genesis 1 that everything we see, feel, and touch around us, including ourselves, is a creation of the one true god. We can also look to the bible to show us that God is all powerful, all knowing an above everything else, All good. We learn throughout time in the bible through God’s disciples that he doesn’t want to condemn us as sinners but to save us. We know this as believers because he always seems to find an out for us even though we deserve eternal damnation. The final act of grace he needed to perform to save us all as his creation was to send his son Jesus Christ to die as the lamb for our sins in our place. There is no greater act to show the love a father has for his children than to make such a sacrifice for them. HumanityIn at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. Diffy (2015) tells us that Human nature involves what humans are made off and how theyrelate to the physical universe. This chapter we also learn about the relevance God has to human nature and thoughts of how Humans relate to the spiritual world as well if you happen to believe such things exist. During the week we learned about this, we also learned that “humanity was created to love as god loves” (lecture 2). Throughout the bible we see that humanity has a place in this world and we learn about what is expected of us in many different places. Our purpose according to Christianity and Gods bible id to love God and worship him with all our being. The fall of humanity started with the desire for more knowledge from eve. Once she bit into the fruit 1