themselves and society is by giving themselves entirely to God. The book of Romans states that "transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what isthat good" (King James Version, 2017, Romans 12:2). To give themselves completely to God, they need to change to prove to God that they are good. Christians agree with Jesus Christ being their Savor and solution to all their problems. Christian FoundationsChristians believe that God is the creator of everything including earth, galaxies, and humanity. He forms part of the trinity who promised a savior that would come to forgive sins. Heis God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit at the same time. God is important to Christianity because, without him, humanity wouldn't exist. Humanity is God's creation, and due to the Original Sin from Adan and Eve, humans face struggles and hardships throughout life. God promised us a Salvador who would die for our sins. Jesus is the savior that God promises since the beginning ofhumanity. He forms part of the trinity. He is crucial to Christianity because he opened the doors of Heaven. According to the Bible, he said that those who believe in Him will never die (King James Version, 2017, John 11:26). Without him, there will be no heaven afterlife. There will be no Heaven. The restoration of Jesus Christ is significant to Christians because this event proved that there is life after death. His resurrection demonstrates the power of God and that he is good and kept his word with humanity. This affirms every promise that was mentioned in the Bible and gives all Christians hope. Analysis of the Implications of the Christian WorldviewChristianity has good points in dignity and social justice. The Ten Commandmentsare a clear example of human value and dignity. They are directions of how to live, including do not kill, don't commit adultery, don't steal, don't lie, and to have God above everything else. 5
Christian worldview and atheist worldview are different in many ways. Christians believe that they need to live according to God's word and have faith to be saved. On the other hand, Atheistsdo not believe in God. They "... deny the existence of God...," and do not believe in salvation (2017, McCormick). To Atheists, this life is everything humanity has; they believe that there is nothing after this life. Christian worldview impacts people's behavior by making them think that they will receive consequences when they are in the presence of God. The book Romans state that a final judgment will be given by God (King James Version, 2017, Romans 2:5). Christians are aware of this statement and make them more conscious of their behavior. In the article "Conscience" published by Stanford University, when a person knows something right or wrong, their conscience makes them aware of their behavior and do "self-assessments" (2016).