4.What is your belief about knowledge? 5.What is your basis of ethics? 6.What is your purpose? 1. Your answers to the questions in Part 1 form the basis of your worldview. Now that you have articulated your worldview, evaluate it according to the practical test described in Chapter 2 of the textbook and the lecture. Can you live your worldview out in the world as we know it? Why or why not? Before I state my worldview it’s important that we clarify the real meaning of a “worldview”. A worldview is the framework from which we view reality and make sense of
life and the world. I have a Biblical/Christian worldview as a I was raised around Christians. A biblical worldview is based on God’s word. This means once I started believing in the Bible, I then allowed it to be the foundation of everything I said and did. I believe I can live my worldview out when and where ever. Although in certain parts of the
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