CWV-101-Gospel Essentials - Kaipo.docx - 1 Benchmark Gospel Essentials Kaipo Enos-Ho Grand Canyon University Course Number CWV-101 Kevin Deasy 2

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1 Benchmark - Gospel Essentials Kaipo Enos-Ho Grand Canyon University Course Number: CWV-101 Kevin Deasy 11-22-20
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Benchmark - Gospel Essentials We live in world where our beliefs either connect us together or separate our differences from one another. Everyone has a different view on the world and this view we see is different from Pantheism and Atheism. These two other beliefs are different to where one doesn’t believe in life after death and the other where God has created the universe. From our view, as a Christian, we believe in God as our one and only God, as who is the creator of the world live in. Being a Christian is not about keeping rules and regulations, performing rituals, or even going to church. It's about a friendship - a friendship with Jesus Christ (Religion, 2009). As a Christian we must understand each of the Gospel essential beliefs which are Nature of God, Nature of Humanity, Nature of Jesus, Restoration, Christian Foundation, and Analysis of the Implications of the Christian Worldview. Gospel Essential Beliefs Nature of God We see God as all mighty and all powerful. As we know, God is the creator of earth and the heavens, and all that lives under it. With God, he as the power to cause or allow things to happen, as if he has created a path for everything. In the Christian Worldview it believed that God had created the world in 6-24-hour days and on the 7 th day he rested from his work and made it a Holy day. The creation of man happened on the 6 th day where God created the Garden of Eden and a man named Adam, who is to take care of the garden. Later, He created Eve, who is Adam’s wife, and God had ordered the both of them to not eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil and said to them, “ you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die” (Genesis 2:17). However, they each ate 2
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from the tree and was given punishment and with death being known it created disaster. God’s son Jesus, his only son, was sent to this world to pay for the price of our sins as he sacrificed himself on the cross. We see God’s characteristics as loving, merciful, holy, wisdom, and many
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