Christian Philosophy Versus Christian Worldview

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Introduction

Human perspective differs and leads to diverse worldviews. Several factors contribute to the creation of worldviews; the environment, experiences and most importantly the education that a human is exposed to. The question is often asked if there is such a thing as a write or wrong worldview, since it can consist of religious beliefs, political connections, and subjective opinions on life, love, family and friendship. These worldviews create philosophical questions regarding how society truly functions and different human beliefs. As educators it is critical that we nurture the Christian mind in order to fulfill the Christian worldview. It is also absolutely essential that the education system and learning objectives put
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This allows Christian believers to reflect on what many contend is the background for the faith; that all humans are made in the image of God. It allows for educators to extend biblical teaching outside of the areas that are not explicitly defined in the Bible. Furthermore it incorporates faith into learning and impacts society and the way we live. This philosophy emphasizes the importance of having a sound Biblical philosophy when it pertains to of education. Christian educators are learning that the curriculum must be Bible integrated in theory and practice. By this the Bible is to provide more than theoretical guidance and generalization. It is to be a vital part of the content of the curriculum and integrated with all subject matter. Christian philosophy seeks to answer the questions of what is real, what is the truth, what should be believed, is there a God and can we know Him? NEED TO WRAP THIS UP!

Christian Worldview is defined as the framework of ideas and beliefs through which a Christian individual, group or culture interprets the world and interacts with it. Different denominations of Christianity have varying worldviews. There are varieties of particulars within the Christian worldview, and disputes of the meaning of concepts in a Christian worldview, but certain thematic elements are common in the Christian worldview (Ennis, Patricia A., et al). The world-view is by no means all the views and notions of the surrounding
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