Biblical Worldview And The Christian Worldview

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Biblical Worldview in Romans It is an important factor in a Christian’s life to have a biblical worldview that coincides with God’s beliefs. A Christian cannot grow in their relationship with God with just their own understanding and knowledge. They must surround their framework of beliefs and ideas on God’s word and what he calls his children to live their life accordingly. That is why Paul’s letter to the Roman church is such as significant demonstration of the Gospel and the Christian Worldview and we as Christian must be able to defend our worldview and apply it to our lives.
The Romans teach about the existence and attributes of God by demonstrating that one attribute cannot exist without the other.
Romans 1:17 claims God’s
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For there is no teacher who taught him his wisdom for all things are from him and all knowledge is through him. God’s hope is spoken in Romans 15:13, Paul describes Gods hope as a place for peace and comfort and through trust and the Holy Spirit there can be an overflow of hope. Finally, in the last attribute of God demonstrated in Romans 16:26 it discusses how God is eternal and nothing is before him.
Creation: What does Romans teach about origins? Paul’s letter continues to teach in Romans 1:18-25 and 8:18-25 that in creation God revealed himself. Nevertheless, even though he showed his power and gave people no reason for excuses, believers chose to not live by his ways. They turned their backs to God and worship things that were not of him. They lived in lust and sexual immoral behaviors. God designed a man and a woman to be fruitful, but they chose sinful desires and gave into same sex relations. And those who chose to live in their wickedness and live their life with being the only ones in control, God allowed them to live in their shamefulness. Furthermore, Paul tries to convey to the Christian eye that we should be focused on where we are with the lord and where we are taking the rest of the creation. Human nature and humanity were central focus in Romans 1:26-32 and 3:9-20 at essence their human nature was on no level of good. Humanity nature was corrupt. For they knew of God, but choose to live in unrighteousness. No one had a desire to
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