My World View

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Part 1: Define precisely and defend robustly your own worldview. The three components that make up my personal worldview are God, ethics, and spiritual knowledge - because they play a vital role in all my thoughts, experiences, and life decisions. Putting God first in my life is at times quite difficult. For a Christian, it may be the most difficult thing to do. As an indication of faith it’s probably designed to be difficult. God has immense knowledge to communicate to each one of us, but He must always be put first in our lives if we are to obtain the knowledge. Since I’ve learned to view my life from God's endless perception it has become easier to comprehend what will last eternally and what will be demolished. My faith in a loving…show more content…
A higher level of judgment, thought process, and decision-making is expected of law enforcement officers by their superior officers, the department, and the general public. Every police officer will usually have to recite the “Oath of Honor” that reads: On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my integrity, my character or the public trust. I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always uphold the Constitution and the community I serve. Part 2: Compare your worldview to another one not actually covered by this course in a previous assignment. Demonstrate its superiority. The worldview that I chose to write about is Nihilism. If one has a worldview of Nihilism they believe in nothing. Nihilism comes from the Latin word nihil, which means nothing. The nihilistic worldview all amounts to nothing and that the universe is a closed system. If we have a closed system, right and wrong is subjective, and there is no purpose or goal for us being here, then that means, logically, that there is no such thing as right or wrong or meaning or purpose. Nihilism as a belief structure has gained recognition in recent years as the ineffectiveness of a system in society has gone skewed. We went from having an insufficient amount of morals in our lives, to having lives that are
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