Conclusion The Christian worldview believes in a Sovereign God The creator of

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ConclusionThe Christian worldview believes in a Sovereign God. The creator of everything including humans. God is omnipresent, loving, omnipotent, merciful, omniscient, faithful, kind, compassionate, immutable and incomprehensible. (Lecture 2, 2017) God is one part of the Holy Trinity that includes God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy spirit. God created Adam and Eve by breathing the breath of life into them. Adam and Eve sinned by eating the forbidden fruit plunging all of humanity into sin. Humans from this point forward are all born sinful by nature. God needed a way to reconcile humans back to Himself. God sent Jesus to atone for our sins. Jesus was the only sinless person to walk the earth. Jesus was born, had a ministry, was obedient in His death and was resurrected all in accordance with the Old Testament. The only way to eternal life and salvation is having faith and believing that Jesus dies on the cross for our salvation and he was resurrected. Christians that want to get to heaven and have eternal life must have faith that Jesus was resurrected. In the bible Jesus even tells us he is the resurrection, “I am the resurrection…” (John 11:25, NIV) 5
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