Therefore I can relate more with what religious pluralism offers Conclusion As

Therefore i can relate more with what religious

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religion despite greatly being influenced by a Christian worldview. Therefore, I can relate more with what religious pluralism offers. Conclusion As implied at the beginning of this essay, roughly one-third of the population makes up the Christian worldview. Out of 4,200 or so religions worldwide, there is no doubt the Christian denominations are at the top of the worshipper populace. In the Christian worldview, participants have devoted their faith (and lives) to the belief that Jesus Christ is the sole/ true way to God. The Gospel Essentials in the Christian worldview were discussed throughout this essay by well informing the reader about God, humanity, Jesus, and restoration while providing a thorough analysis and personal reflection on Christian beliefs. In the discussion about God, this essay defined what God is like, what his characteristics are, how he created and what he created. Humanity examined human nature and human purpose while explaining what is the root cause of all human problems. When discussing Jesus, his identity and work are revealed to analysis their significance to the Christian worldview. Lastly, restoration covers the Christian worldview’s solution to human problems.
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