Personal Worldview Inventory

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Personal Worldview Inventory Spirituality does not have one definite definition, it varies depending on who is searching for the meaning. The meaning of spirituality can change within one person, the more they search for answers and find their beliefs. To this writer, spirituality reaches beyond ourselves, it is the connection between ourselves and something greater. Puchalski et al (2014), states that Spirituality is a dynamic and intrinsic aspect of humanity through which persons seek ultimate meaning, purpose, and transcendence, and experience relationship to self, family, others, community, society, nature, and the significant or sacred. Spirituality is expressed through beliefs, values, traditions, and…show more content…
In this belief, people have the power to choose their own reality, instead of a God. Prime Reality and the Nature of the World Around Us This writer was taught all through school about science. Man evolved, the universe was created by the Big Bang Theory. While this is what was taught in school, there was not much more thought past the basic concepts. While thinking about these theories, there are still questions to how evolution occurred, and who/what caused the Big Bang Theory. Therefore, God could be the answers to the unknown questions. “For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him. (Colossians 1:16)” To this writer, this verse would place God as Prime Reality. The creator of the Universe, Earth, People and such forth. This is a Single God that requires faithfulness. Shelly (2006), states that, “He drew firm boundaries, requiring absolute faithfulness. Any worship of other gods he labeled idolatry or spiritual adultery. (pg. 53)” If God created all things that would include our environment in which we live. When speaking of the environment, one might include relationships, work, actions, housing, societies, etc. included in the seen physical environment and also the unseen, spiritual environment. Human Personhood and Death The bible describes humans as being created from God’s image. “God created man in
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