Etics of Myself

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My Philosophy of Life 1

Final Paper: My Philosophy of Life Amber DeNooy Colorado Christian University HUM 425 Professor: David Mullaney June 7, 2003

My Philosophy of Life 2 Over the past 13 months that I have been attending CCU, I have learned a great deal about myself. This has been especially true during the past five weeks while in the Personal and Social Ethics course. Our philosophy of life greatly influences our ethical decision- making. This paper will discuss several areas related to my philosophy of life, including my character traits, worldview, theory of knowledge and truth, and principals and values that direct my life. Section 1: Character Traits Who am I? The complete answer to this question would be far too long to
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In addition, the fossil record is incomplete, showing no signs of transitional life forms. This is a fact that even Darwin himself pointed out (Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness Club, 2001). The second tenet of my worldview is that God is a personal, loving, all-knowing, allpowerful God. I grew up hearing Bible stories that taught me about a personal, loving, allknowing, all-powerful God. Over the past 18 months due to a variety of circumstances and experiences, I found this to be ever so much more true of God. He is always faithful, loving and guiding us down the paths that we take. And even more, nothing is impossible for God; He can take any situation, no matter how desperate it seems and work things out for good (Romans 8:28. The third major tenet of my worldview is that at the time of death, our spirits live on in one of two places: heaven or hell. Christ is needed for an eternity in heaven: “A man may go to heaven without health, without riches, without honors, without learning, without friends, but he can never go there without Christ” (Hughey and Hughey, 1994, p. 166). This statement is not just a creative quip; it is based on Biblical truth. The Bible tells us that the penalty for sin is death and separation from God. Paul taught about this in Romans. He said, “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory
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