man named Jesus that lived as the Bible says and I believe that Jesus may have been what we consider a magician today. I think maybe the “miracles” Jesus preformed, he was able to do because the people who followed him believed in him and had faith in him so much that the
people seen exactly what Jesus wanted them to see, making his works real. After all, the stories in the Bible were written by humans. I believe that it brings humans comfort to think that even though our bodies parish here on earth, we truly never die because our “souls” will live on forever in heaven. Even though I am agnostic and believe that reality is what a person can see, hear, touch, taste, or smell, I am open to the Christian’s worldview. ConclusionThe Christian worldview’s essential elements are God, humanity, Jesus, and restoration. For humanity to be able to be restored back to God is through faith in Jesus Christ. There are many benefits in the Christian worldview and being rewarded into the Kingdom of heaven with God and having eternal life is by far the greatest benefit. Regardless if someone is a Christian or not, it is good to obtain the knowledge of the Christian worldview and other worldviews for that matter. This way a person can better relate to someone if the person whom speaking with does not have the same worldview then at least both parties can relate to one another despite the difference in worldviews.
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