Graded Christian Worldview - Part 2

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From This Christian’s Worldview – Part Two Genevieve M. Bogusky Liberty University Abstract The purpose of this essay is to illuminate the various elements of research methods that are used in the discipline of psychology. Aspects that are covered encompass several research designs as reflected through the biblical figures of Adam, Noah, Daniel, and Melzar. In addition, the notion of the program evaluation model of CIPP is also discussed through the personhood of Jethro, whose fame had mainly come through being the father-in-law of Moses. Comprised within the concluding remarks of this paper, the author not only provides a description of the impact that the analysis of these selected passages has made on her in performing this task in…show more content…
Noah: Genesis 6:12-22 Sadly, the Bible reports that nearly all of Adam’s descendents “had corrupted their way upon the earth and lost their true direction” (Gen. 6:12 Amplified Bible), and, as a result of this intolerable situation, God told Noah that He had determined “to make an end of all flesh [as well as] destroy … the land … by [bringing] a flood of waters upon the earth” (Gen. 6:13, 17). After the Holy Creator had uttered this apocalyptic intent, He proceeded to provide Noah with instructions on how he was to build an ark, which included information on a list of vital materials (Gen. 6:14), some details on the manner they were to be used (Gen. 6:14), basic blueprints of its structure (Gen. 6:14, 16), and, what measurements the floating vehicle was to have when it was completed, which Scriptures report was to be 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, and 30 cubits high (Gen. 6:15). In order for Noah to be obedient to His Heavenly Father’s plan however, he must have not only known where to get the building supplies that he had need of, as well as, been quite deft in knowing how to use them, he also had to have the knowledge of the ratio scale of measurement so he could perform the task. Though it is evident that Noah was cognizance of other scales of measures, he choose this particular one because it was the only one that had the property of

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