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Amy McMahon, CWV-101-0500January 28, 2020Luke HoseltonBenchmark-Gospel EssentialsThe Christian worldview consists of curiosity and trust that entails many elements to make it whole. In the perspective of the Christian worldview, God is the son of God, Jesus Christ, and the restoration of us as people. I have tried to live a Christian life and I have used thisto form my own worldview that is like that of the Christian worldview. Reading the bible again has reinforced my belief. These elements create a foundation that helps other Christians to form asound understanding of God and this enthralling worldview. I will go over how each of these subjects can play a role in the consistent foundation of the whole Christian worldview, and we can reveal how much they are like what my worldview is made up. GodGod is the one true thing. The bible tells us starting in Genesis 1, “that everything we see,feel, and touch around us, including we, is a creation of the one true God”. While reading the bible, we come to an understanding that shows us that God is all dominant, all seeing and above everything else, all good. We have learned over time, that in the bible, by reading the word of God’s disciples, that God wants to save us from sin and forgive us. Christians know this because God always finds a path to forgive us. In the final act of grace, he sent us his son to die for all humanity. This is the greatest act that a father can give. Humanity1
Diffy (2015) explains that human nature can affect what humans are made up of and how they convey to what the physical universe is. While reading this chapter, we have learned about the importance that God has to humanity and of how humans relate to the sacred world. We can see that humanity is of most importance in the world, and we find many sections of the Bible contain information on what is required of us. In our journey to be a good Christian, we have