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ReflectionMy worldview is like the Christian worldview though I am not a Christian. I know that God created humanity to care for his creation and have a relationship with him. I believe that we are sinful by nature and God loved humanity so much that he sacrificed his Son, Jesus Christ for us. I know that when I sin God will forgive me if I repent. I believe that only God is perfect and to hope to be like him in unattainable, but I can live with his image.Conclusion4
In conclusion, everyone has a worldview that gives us purpose and meaning to our lives. It helps us understand who we are and what we need to do to live a purposeful life. In understanding the Gospel essentials can eliminate any confusion, there may be in the Christian religion. By knowing the gospel one can start to see why it is so essential to Christianity. The gospel teaches us that God is the sovereign ruler over everything and has not limitations. God sent his only Son for the redemption of humanity and how to gain a strong relationship with God will help humanity understand human problems in our lives and how to obtain eternal life.5
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