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My Worldview as a Christian

Abstract Understanding one’s worldview requires serious reflection and deliberation. Describing a worldview can be daunting to formulate, let alone articulate. However, in one’s worldview lies the potential answers to life and how one thinks and lives it out. This paper tries to uncover one person’s understanding through basic questions like: who has significantly impacted your…

Bible,

Biblical Worldview,

Christian Worldview

Christian Spiritual Literature

Spiritual music is usually written about the composer’s life. It was a way of sharing their physical, emotional and religious experiences through songs. In this essay, spirituality provides a view into the heart and soul of the black church experience, which is often overlooked in the formation Christian spiritual literature. Spirituals are also sometimes regarded…

Christian Worldview,

Christianity,

Harriet Tubman,

Slavery

‘Christmas from the Back Side’ by J. Ellsworth Kalas

This week I was reading a book called, “Christmas from the Back Side” by J. Ellsworth Kalas. I like the way he often sheds a new light on familiar scripture. His chapter, “Christmas comes to a back fence” did that for me this week. He seldom says anything that is really new, but much more…

Christian Worldview,

Christmas,

Reading Books

Biblical Principles and Worldview

I was always taught that our nation was founded on Biblical principles and it is true, the first colonists did operate this way. As I worked my way through the readings this week one thing stood out to me as odd, our country’s legal foundation is based on natural law, not Biblical law. (Martin, 2006)….

Bible,

Biblical Worldview,

Christian Worldview

Christian Values and General Worldview

According to Schaeffer (2005), the intended audience is first and foremost for all Christians while basically stating that it is evident that Christians do not need to be the majority to make a difference in society. However, the primary purpose of Francis Schaeffer’s book ‘How Should We Then Live?’ is to illustrate how Western culture…

Bible,

Biblical Worldview,

Christian Worldview

Beowulf and the Struggle between Christian Values and Paganism

Within the poem “Beowulf”, the narrative tone conveys a struggle between Christianity and Paganism. The poet explores the two beliefs, throughout. Christian behaviors are shown when the characters pray to God and thank him. Also, there are biblical references to Cain and Able. Grendel, the monster, is descended from Cain. The Geats and The Danes…

Beowulf,

Beowulf Hero,

Christian Worldview,

Values

Role Model for Christians

For every Christian they look to Jesus as their role model, this is due to him being sinless. Jesus lived a life of teaching, preaching, practising and providing principles which are to be emulated by his followers. It is through his prayer, service and his love and forgiveness, that provided a framework for all Christians….

Christian Worldview,

Christianity,

Role Model

The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture

Introduction A popular saying on abortion by Mother Teresa is, there are two victims in every abortion: a dead baby, and a dead conscience. Abortion which has become one of the biggest topics in the 21st century has gone from being murder and an unjustifiable act to now being seen as a means of correction….

Christian Worldview,

Christianity,

Culture

Worldview from a Christian Perspective

A worldview is a perspective as to how someone views the world. A biblical worldview can be more defined as a perspective of the world but with God in mind. Living in America has given me the ability to build my own worldview. For me, I have built a biblical worldview. I choose to view…

Bible,

Biblical Worldview,

Christian Worldview

Theme of Forgiveness in Religion in the Counseling Office

To properly incorporate scripture in a counseling session is difficult to achieve especially if one does not fully understand the subject. In order to assist counseling professionals in such areas as “Psychology, theology, and spirituality in Christian counseling” (McMinn, 2011) was published to “effectively add in Scripture, prayer, and forgiveness” into normal counseling practices (McMinn,…

Christian Worldview,

Forgiveness,

Honesty,

Religion,

Theology

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