phil104 worldview

phil104 worldview - 17th July 2011 Module 3 Worldview...

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17 th July 2011 Module 3 Worldview Assignment I. What is a worldview? A worldview is how one interprets the world around oneself. This view is a process that develops over time. One gains a worldview by ones environment and by ones outlook or personality. A worldview is how one defines what is socially acceptable to oneself. Meaning what one thinks is right or wrong about any circumstances or instances. One uses the senses to have the views that one has about the world. II. Articulate the biblical/Christian Worldview The question of Origin can be found in the first book of the Bible Genesis 1. This is where God created life. The whole book of Genesis speaks about how God created the world and the human race. In Isaiah 45:12, the Bible explains that God created man. In Deuteronomy 4:32, the Bible is quoted as speaking about God creating man. The origin of man kind was created by God and is repeated several times throughout the Bible. The Christian believes God created man from his image with Adam. Then God created woman from Adam’s rib give Eve life. Christians have a theism worldview. The question of Identity can be found mostly in the book of Psalm. The Bible explains that we, humans, are to take care of the world that God has created. Humans are in charge of animals and ever thing in the environment. In Hebrew 2:9, the Bible speaks of humans being lower than
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course PHIL 104 taught by Professor P during the Spring '11 term at Lee.

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