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Natalie Sorto Essay Question 1: Biblical Worldview Professor Stroh 10/1/2015 As we know, everyone has his or her own worldview. Take a peek into mine as I talk about human identity, natural world, human relationships, and civilization. After reading Genesis 1-11 we’ve seen how God has worked with those four major concepts, and how He has shaped our world today. In Genesis 3:11-12 (Then He asked, “Who told you that you were naked? Did you eat from the tree that I commanded you not to eat from?” Then the man replied, “The woman You gave to be with me-she gave me some fruit from the tree, and I ate it.”) Before eating from the tree neither Adam nor Eve knew that they were naked, nor did they care. From my worldview, this is when God…show more content…
God creating civilization in my eyes is one of the most amazing things. Without civilization our world wouldn’t be what it is today. God gave us a second chance and though it’s not perfect that’s why us Christians work everyday to strive to be more and more like him, to make this wicked world a better place. As you read about my worldview, of course it’s like none other, because no ones will ever be the same. Everyone sees things differently and comprehends things differently. My worldview is unique, I came to Christ not too long ago, I try my best to make it to church every weekend and I try my best spread God’s love as much as I can. Of course some people may not believe in what I do, but they have to believe in something. Which is why everyone’s worldview is unique and interesting, you never know if by sharing you cause someone to seek interest in what you believe in. Sharing is one of the best things we can do; it’s one of the best ways Christians can reach people. Before writing this essay I wasn’t sure what my worldview was, but now I do. It’s simple, I believe God came and he created life in all aspects. He created the world and everything inside it. With Him doing that, I would’ve never had the opportunities that I do today, and I’ll forever be grateful for

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