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humanity started with our desire to gain more knowledge and once she bit into the forbidden fruitGod was very displeased with this and cast down punishment upon all of us which resulted in separation from God. JesusChrist is the only key we have for unlocking the door of salvation and eternal life with Him. Watts tells us that, “Jesus was foremost among god’s messengers as His final and ultimate agent” (Watts 2012). It is crucial to realize that Jesus plays a very important part in the trinity, therole that can bring everything together. He was brought down to us by God to save the world from ultimate damnation and give us a chance to earn eternal salvation through the death of JesusChrist. Jesus is the foundation of the Christian worldview, the foundation that holds everything together through His crucifixion and rising again three days later to defy death and complete the 3
act of grace set forward by the almighty God. The resurrection proves that Jesus’ divinity is true, while the death of Christ proves that He was all Human as well. These attributes together are what gives the Christian worldview strength and the ability to believe that God is the one and only true God still to this day. RestorationThe solution to human problems that the Christian worldview believes is a heartfelt dedication to Jesus Christ by means of knowing and loving Him. It is said that to know and love the Son of God is to know and love peace. The solution that the Christian worldview holds onto is the only way that the world will be able to put a stop the never-ending trend in sin. As a Christian it is taught that God is graceful and good, through this teaching we can realize that grace and faith is just as important. Grace comes from the belief that God sent His one and only Son down to earth to die for our sins. Faith enters the picture by us believing that this is story is true. Through these teachings and beliefs of the Christian worldview we will be able to embrace the grace of God in His death we are finally able to join our Father in heaven. AnalysisWhen we come to examine the strengths of the Christian worldview, we will see the belief that separates this worldview from the others, the explanation of God or higher power that does not expect our works to be the determining factor for our salvation. The primary belief of the Christian worldview is that God is graceful and merciful and has not only saved us but will continue to save each and everyone of us just by simply believing that He sent His one and only Son to this earth at the throne of our hearts. One aspect that does turn a lot of people away from Christ is the appearance that some of Gods traits are confusing or overbearing, while some pose questions about the worldview and its beliefs whether these events are truthful or not. The simple4