In conclusion there are many different beliefs in the world today Christians

In conclusion there are many different beliefs in the

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In conclusion, there are many different beliefs in the world today. Christians worldview starts with God and Humanity. Then God sent His Son, Jesus, on earth to build the bridge for all who have sinned. The base of Christians that holds this theory in place is when Jesus died for all of humanity and then conquered death by rising on the third day. Finding what makes humanity tick and how a common bond binds us through the Trinity is import to the Christian worldview. Having a strong belief in any religion helps with a purpose for life. For Christian worldview, we need to know how God, humanity, Jesus, and the restorations play in this belief, and how it differs from other beliefs that our world has today. Even though we have fallen short of what God created us to be, Jesus has taken that gap for us so that we can live in the Kingdom when our time here is done. 4
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