Analysis Analyze the Christian worldview by addressing each of the following

Analysis analyze the christian worldview by

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Analysis: Analyze the Christian worldview by addressing each of the following questions: What are the benefits or strengths of Christian belief? What is troublesome or confusing about Christianity? How does Christianity influence a person's thinking and behavior?
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Gradable Items Details Points Possible Reflection: Reflect on your worldview by answering one of the following questions: If you are not a Christian, what similarities and differences are there between your worldview and the Christian worldview? If you are a Christian, how specifically do you live out the beliefs of the Christian worldview? Conclusion: Synthesize the main points, pulling the ideas of the paper together. References Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center. Discussion Question Topic 5 DQ 2 According to the Christian worldview, how does one gain eternal life? Use Bible verses to support your response. How does the Christian concept of hope for the afterlife differ from that concept in other worldviews? 5.0 Discussion Question Topic 5 DQ 1 After reading the account of the resurrection of Christ in Luke 24 and again in the assigned textbook chapters, express why the resurrection is so important to the Christian worldview. 5.0 Quiz Topic 5 Quiz 30.0 Participation 20.0 Topic 6: Worldview Implications Duration: 7 days Description: Objectives:
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1. Explain the implications of conceiving of truth as absolute andobjective, rather than relative and subjective. 2. Discuss the implications of conceiving of morality as absolute andobjective, rather than relative and subjective. 3. Reflect on one’s personal response to the problems of evil and suffering in comparison with one’s understanding of Christianity’s basic response. Topic Material: Lecture Note 1. CWV-101 Lecture 6 Read Lecture 6. Textbook 2. The Beginning of Wisdom: An Introduction to Christian Thought and Life Read Chapters 7 and 9 (optional: Chapter 10). Website 3. I Believe Spiritual Truth Is Relative and Decided by Each Person Scroll to the website topic section "Knowing Truth," and watch “I Believe Spiritual Truth is Relative and Decided by Each Person,” by Ravi Zacharias, at the Jesus, Fact or Fiction? website. Other 4. Topic 6 Study Guide Use the "Topic 6 Study Guide" for the topic assignment. Other 5. Guided Analysis: Suffering Use the "Guided Analysis: Suffering" for the topic assignment. Other 6. The Bible Read: Job 1-2; 38-42 The Story of Lazarus: John 11:1-44 2 Corinthians 4 1 Peter 4 Romans 5:3-5 Romans 8:17-18 1 Corinthians 12:26 The Ten Commandments: Exodus 20:1-17 The Greatest Commandments: Matthew 22:35-40 1 Corinthians 1:18-2:16 Gradable Items Details Points Possible Assignment Topic 6 Study Guide Complete Topic 6 Study Guide to prepare for Topic 6 Quiz.
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