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ConclusionGod created all things from nothing to include the universe, earth, all living things to include man, animals, and plants. Christian worldview can be summarized by the Holy trinity: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. God created humanity, which is saved by the coming 4
and passing of Jesus Christ the savior, who is known as the ultimate sacrifice. The new testamentpaves the way for modern restoration in Christian worldview. The story of Christianity is a long one that has many strengths but one that also has weaknesses. It takes more than just believing inChrist to have a fruitful relationship with God, one must display Godly acts to be accepted into the kingdom of Heaven, as evidenced in their life. People exemplify Christian worldview through the decisions and actions the makes in their day to day lives. After the analysis God, humanity, Jesus, restoration, analysis, and reflection, one has a better understanding of Christian worldview. 5
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