CRITICAL THINKING ASSIGNMENT
Part One: (250 words)
1. Select ONE of the worldviews (Secular Humanism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam) that have been considered in the course content.
2. Using course content and/or sources outside of the course, complete the
APOL 104 Course Syllabus
This is a study in the development and application of the Biblical/Christian Worldview. This
course will include an introduction and application of critical think
3 out of 3 points
The Christian worldview is verified by appealing to a wide and compelling
variety of converging arguments.
3 out of 3 points
Christian faith is simply a personal preference, a function of how
What are some ways the Christian gospel is precieved?
People view the Bible like a big rule book for life. What they dont realize is Jesus Christ loves us
so much that he wants us to spend eternal life with him after our work here on earth is done. Howeve
What practical steps could be taken to build a relationship with a follower of this worldview who
might be a co-worker, neighbor, etc.?
I would consider myself to be a very outgoing, open individual. By open I mean open to
new things, new places, n
1. What are some ways the Christian gospel is perceived in our culture?
The Christian gospel is perceived in our culture as something that is just a set
morals or good rules to follow after. Some people think that Christians make it
they have s
Part One: What is a worldview?
A world view is how we view the world around us. It effects the way we view art, death,
love, faith, values, money, family, ect. A worldview is a scope we look through to make
judgements about what we see going in the wor
Part I: Secular Humanism
1. The Question of Origin
From the humanist point of view, there is no existence of God. They believe in nature as
something that already existed on its own and that present day science will help us
unravel all the myster