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sin. The major differences between Catholic and Christian Worldview is about the confession.“In Catholic, we confess to priests for the clean from sins in the name of Christ and we pray tothe Saints while in Christian, people confess straight to God and venial sins straight to God”(GodalwaysforgivessinsinJesus).(). In Christian, they considermarriage is a Holy Sacrament, but in Catholic, marriage is the coherence between one man andone woman. Divorce are not allowed in Catholicism. Lastly, I think the basis difference ofCatholic and Christian in worldview is the position of Mary mother in people’s belief. In myCatholic, we believe Mary is the Queen of all Saints, and the Virgin Mary. Moreover, it isclaimed that: “At various points in history, Mary has revealed herself to the world in apparitions”(Comparison between Catholic and Christian). In Christian, people just consider Mary as thephysical Mother of Jesus Christ.Conclusion4
In conclusion, everyone has their own religion worldview. Through this essay, it focusedon the knowledge about God, humanity, Jesus, restoration, the analysis of the Christianworldview and the comparison between Christian and Catholic. Through the Christianworldview, I think it helps people know more about their own society, have ability todifferentiate what is right and what is wrong. In addition, Christian worldview strengthen ourbelief about the power of God and the love of Jesus Christ to us. Jesus sacrificed himself to openup the entry to the Heaven for us for living the Eternal life with God. In Christian worldview,people can better their lives, guarantee their salvation and better their societies in God belief.5
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