Case Problems 1&2

1077 Words5 Pages
CWV-101: Finding Scripture: Money and Nationalism Worksheet and Journal #6 Module 6 - Part 1 Finding Scriptures: Money and Nationalism Worksheet For Part 1 of this assignment, you will complete this worksheet by finding the Scriptures listed below. Watch the "Money, Work and Career" video located at Please keep your answers brief. Solid academic writing is expected. Refer to the GCU Academic Writing Guidelines in the Student Success Center. Give a brief summary after each passage listed below. Money: Matthew 6:19-24 – This verse is telling us that the material things that we have here on earth are not important, the treasures that we are earning while we…show more content…
Write 2-3 sentences explaining how the four passages immediately above might shape the Christian worldview regarding Nationalism: These passages are telling us that even though we have a government and people that are in high positions, we must still obey them, but God is our ultimate authority, and He is all powerful and all-knowing above anyone else and above everything else. See Part 2 of this assignment on the next page. Part 2 - Journal on Nationalism Use the space below to compose a journal of 250-500 words on nationalism by answering the following: Is there ever a reason for a citizen of any country to reject obeying the laws of the land if those rulers do not uphold that country’s values and self-regulations? Whether your response is “Yes” or “No,” please provide reasoning for your answer by explaining your answer in terms of your worldview. Well first of all, we can define Nationalism as a belief, when members of a entire nation, have similar goals, and common interest in other things, and they differ from many other people. I personally do not believe there is ever a reason for anyone not to obey the laws of a land, even if those ruler do not uphold that country’s values and self regulations. I’m sure there have been times in the past when other people from other countries did not want to obey certain rules, but I’m sure it can be very hard when you

More about Case Problems 1&2

Get Access