Biblical Worldview Assignment
When a person is asked if they have a worldview, their thought would be “what is a worldview”. Everyone has a world view but they might not realize it. A worldview is the way an individual perceive and interpret the world around them. James W. Sire suggests that, “a worldview not only involves our thinking and decision making but also the nature of our heart” In Christian philosophy, there is a Biblical worldview. According to “CONSIDER” by DR Lew weider and DR ben Gutierrez, Biblical worldview begins with God, who can be known through his creation of and revelation of humankind.
Apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Rome to address specific concerns and challenges the church might be facing. The worldview of the church was causing division among the brethren. Being that the church in Rome consists of both Jewish and gentile believer, therefore the individual way of think and interpreting the world around them was causing division among the church. As a Christian, some component relating to the natural world in the book of Romans such as human identity, human relationships and culture were addressed by Apostle Paul. Paul’s primary purpose in writing to the Romans was to teach the great truth of the Gospel of grace to believers who had never received apostolic instruction. And as a new century believer we can apply these writings to frame our worldview.
In the beginning verses of Romans chapter 5, Apostle Paul wrote, therefore having been justified by faith we have peace with God through Christ Jesus. He argues that we are eternally bound to Jesus Christ by faith and not by human works. Having peace with God, does not mean and absent of calmness but reconciliation with God through Christ Jesus. There has been war between God and man because of sin and rebellion against his law. God has been reaching out to mankind and man has been looking for a way to appease God .Christ...