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After the creation of man, God gave some instructions to Adam and Eve, so they can act in accordance to his teaching, but their disobedience and their rebellious spirit made them sin against God which is known as the Fall in the Christian worldview. The Fall changed the purposethe man on Earth, before it, God directed man to take charge and take care of the animals and plants created by God (Diffey, 2016). After the Fall, man purpose is to repent and find his way toGod, also to suffer and work hard to get food and hold themselves in the world, pain during childbirth, sickness, tragedies and death (Genesis 3).JesusJesus is the son of God, he was made fully human by God, and he is part of the Holy Trinity (Topic 4 Overview, 2017). Jesus is also called Christ and it is the base of Christianity. He has been, and he is still the way to the Holy Father. He is the Messiah, the anointing one and the one the prophet promise to their followers to come (Mark 8:29). Jesus as part of the Holy Trinity and God himself came to this world to teach us the love of God and the way to gain his blessing. Jesus Christ is very important to the Christian worldview because he proved that God is compassionate, caring and unconditional to humanity. The son of God is defined also as the ultimate symbol of hope and courage in the Christian worldview.RestorationChristianity teaches that the road to restoration it is through God and Jesus. After wickedness was introduced to the world, God felt mercy and kindness for humanity and sent his Holy son to die for their sins, restore their souls and give them eternal life (John 3:16). Christianshave been taught that the Jesus is the light, their answer to their prayers, and he is the way to 2
salvation. Even though, the world was cursed after the Fall, God showed his compassion and his forgiveness by having his son died in the cross and resurrected the third day according to the prophecy. “Documents seem to suggest that God's work of grace is primarily oriented