A Christian Worldview Based On Ideas And Beliefs

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A Christian worldview is based on ideas and beliefs in which a group or culture interprets the world and interacts with it. Most Christians believe in God and Jesus and try to live according to the teachings of the Bible, however as we have seen throughout the themes in this course that all Christians do not all practice them in the same way. This paper will cover the themes of (The Holy Trinity, Jesus Speaking into Chaos and The Widow, the Orphan, and the Alien: Caring for the Oppressed). One of the most important perspective in the Christian world is the deity, (Jesus, God, and the Holy Spirit). There is always the question is Jesus God? Are there three parts to God? If Christians follow biblical teachings they can surely say that God…show more content…
As Jesus is preparing for the cross he speaks to his disciples and says to them in parable that he will be leaving but will leave behind a helper. This is Jesus mention to the holy spirit in John 15:26 But when the helper comes, whom I will send to you from the father, the spirit of truth, who proceeds from the father he will bear witness about me. From the passages mention above we can see God in all three parts. First he created the earth, then he can to earth in the form of man to restore balance through his son Jesus. And as Jesus is leaving he states that he will send a helper from his father a spirit of truth. While the deity is central for most Christians there are some who have different beliefs when it comes to all being one. For instance the Latter-day Saints( Mormonism) believe that God has a physical body and that man are able to become God, they believe that Jesus is Gods actual son and the holy spirit is separate and is regarded as an impersonal power or spirit being. Mormons do use the King James Bible but, they also have other forms of literature they have created to support their beliefs because they feel the Bible is not accurate. They believe that Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit come together to work as the God head and are all separate people. The Oneness Pentecostals believe that there is only one God. Pentecostal believe that God manifested himself in three ways or forms but not as three separate
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