“good person”, to seek for knowledge periodically to make sure I will sound well prepare and reliable when spoken about my beliefs, and to respect others’ opinions even when I disagree with it. After I evaluated my worldview using the three basic tests described in Chapter 2 of the book, I believe I can live it out in this world. I have enough facts, knowledge and my own life testimonies to be able to support my opinion about my worldview. My family and the
3 environment where I grow up may had impart God’s word on my life but the reason, I believe in his existence to this day is because what I had experience myself. If I look every aspect of my life, I can be certain that a high power has guide me and my family through it. In conclusion, I am a believer, not only because of what I was taught but for what I had live through. At this point, I have plenty confidence I can be part of an intelligent “argument” with others to prove my point of view, without losing respect for theirs. 2. Reflect on your current understanding of the Christian faith. In other words, what is the essence of the Christian worldview? How does one become a Christian? In my opinion, the Christian faith is based on belief and redemption. To be a Christian, it is believing in the existence of one God, and be able to have a relationship with him and all his commandments through the Bible. The essence of the Christian worldview can be explained by: 1) We are created in the image and likeness of one God (Genesis 1: 26-27). 2) We transgressed against God and because of that we lost the Garden of Eden, we brought curse into the world and we don’t have eternal life (Genesis 3).
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