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I try to teach my child to live the same way I live. I do not judge others by their color, religion,beliefs, sexual preference, financial situations, or anything else that could classify a person is different. I looked beyond all of that and find out who the person is, not what they are made of. I am always open and honest with others and I refuse to change who I am for someone else.The reason I believe what I believe it because of how I was raised by my mother and my grandmother. My family was never overly religious and I was not brought up going to church regularly. However, I was baptized Catholic as a baby, and grew up with the knowledge that God 5
existed in the Bible was the ultimate word. I try to be the best person that I can possibly be. I always try to choose to do the right thing, no matter what and no matter who was around. I love helping and giving to others and it makes me happy on the inside knowing I have done something good for another person.ConclusionGod is the sovereign creator of the universe, with supreme authority over all things. God is one part of the Trinity, God the father. Jesus is God the son. The third part of the Trinity is the Holy Spirit. God created humanity and his own image and gave humans parts of his own characteristics. Unfortunately, Adam and Eve did not adhere to God’s command to not eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil and cause the follow humanity thusly bringing pain and death to the world. Jesus is God in human form. God sent his son, Jesus Christ, to earth to lead the sinners into redemption. God sacrificed himself as Jesus on the cross to atone human sins. Through faith in Jesus humans can be rescued from their sin. The Christian worldview contains many parts as it pertains to God, humanity, Jesus, and restoration. The Christian faith and worldview is an interesting subject to study.6
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