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Running head: GOSPEL ESSENTIALS- BENCHMARK 1 Gospel essentials- benchmark Zabryna Obie CWV-101 3/8/2020 Todd Forrest
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GOSPEL ESSENTIALS- BENCHMARK 2 Gospel Essentials- Benchmark In a modern society, there are a plethora of worldviews that people will follow and believe in depending on what their morals and values align with. There are so many faiths and religions to believe in, many adhere to what the essentials would be for their faiths or religions. Within the Christian faith there is six topics that make up what is known as the gospel essentials that we will be looking into today. These gospel essentials are God, Humanity, Jesus, Restoration, Analysis, and Reflection. God “Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous or boastful or proud or rude. Love does not demand its own way. Love is not irritable, and it keeps no record of when it has been wronged. It is never glad about injustice but rejoices whenever truth wins out. Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.” 1 st Corinthians 14:4-8 (NLT) teaches how love between man should be, but also explains how people should love God and how God loves his people. God’s characteristics could never be fully explained because he is something different to everyone. God does have four natural attributes being omnipotent, omnificent, omnipresent and omniscience but, among this he is a personal God to every single believer. God is also taught as being the trinity. One God who lives in three forms- The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. The account of creation in Genesis explains everything God created from the earth and all that lives and breathes, the sun and moon and the start of humanity with Adam and Eve. Humanity The third important element in a worldview is human nature and learning about one’s convictions about ultimate reality concerning human origins, purpose and destiny. (Hiles & Smith, 2015, para. 20). For people who do not believe in a God, they ask questions to themselves
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GOSPEL ESSENTIALS- BENCHMARK 3 about purpose and why humans were created to just exist or if there was some further reason.
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