Conclusion To tie everything together God created all things living to be with

Conclusion to tie everything together god created all

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Conclusion To tie everything together, God created all things living to be with in perfect harmony. Unfortunately, sin was introduced into the world so then God had to send his son and essentially his human form, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross for the sins of all humanity. Before he was persecuted, Jesus spent his life teaching about God and living for him. According to Christianity, living as Jesus did is the most fulfilling way to live and the ultimate purpose of human life. If one has a relationship with God, then they get to spend eternity in heaven with him. While Christianity can be confusing as “it can be difficult to ask hard questions about one's faith without being told that Christian faith involves ineffable mysteries that ought not to be pried into. These types of roadblocks to intellectual inquiry can be frustrating for those who have a faith that seeks understanding” (Mullins, 2013). Luckily most of the time the Christian worldview contributes to a life of hope and love for others. 5
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