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WORLDVIEW ANALYSIS AND PERSONAL INVENTORY 1 Worldview Analysis and Personal Inventory Tina Conolly Grand Canyon University PHI-413V February 23, 2020
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WORLDVIEW ANALYSIS AND PERSONAL INVENTORY 2 Worldview Analysis and Personal Inventory The term spirituality has all types of meanings dependent on the individual. One definition of spirituality is a closeness or connection with the sacred, (Worthington, E. J., & Allison, S.T. (2018)). This allows for the interpretation of religion to vary from person to person and each individual may consider a variety of things to be sacred. When one calls to God or a higher power this may be referred to as a religious spirituality. The Christian worldview regards all people as created by God in his image to live in a loving relationship With God, self and others, (Shelly, J. A., Miller A. B. (2006)). This imparts Christian values in nursing of compassion, unconditional love, and caring. God is described as the creator of the universe, a loving heavenly father, who is present in all our relationships. Christians believe through the Holy Spirit, which is with us forever, they are guided into truth and it empowers them to serve others in Christ’s name. In the Christian worldview, wellness and health is being able to live as God created us which means living as a whole in a loving relationship with God, self, and others. Allowing nurses to compassionately care for anyone regardless of ethnic identity, race, gender, or status, (Shelly, J. A., Miller A. B. (2006)). In contrast to the Christian worldview, postmodern philosophy argues that there can be a truth which is not based on any particular belief system. It centers on science objectivity and scientific facts in treating the patient as a whole. Often, wellness is seen as the absence of disease with aging and death as diseases to be cured. Today's post-modernists are also calling for a more holistic view to health care which involves bringing humans into harmony with their environment with some theories assuming the world is made up of a non-religious energy that can be manipulated or controlled.
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WORLDVIEW ANALYSIS AND PERSONAL INVENTORY 3 Scientism
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