The Christian World View

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Many questions can be asked concerning the Christian world view. Some of those questions include who is God? What is the nature of the universe? How does one distinguish right from wrong? How does one know what they know? These questions among others can be answered by reading what is written in the bible. The words of the Bible are written by man but inspired by God, who provides the answers to sought questions. According to Revelation 1:8 – God has declared “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.” Specifically, God is holy, it is who he is he did not receive or achieve it. God is who sets the standard or what is right and wrong, also setting the…show more content…
We know that the Bible is true, because the events that were revealed have come to pass. God reviled that a savior would be sent, born to a virgin, who would grow up and be crucified for the sins of man. He also indicated that Jesus would rise again. This happened as it was said, which proves that Gods word is true. Knowing what is wrong and right, assist us in understand the purpose of life. Life’s purpose for humanity in general and Christians in specific is to worship God. Along with our worship of God, we are to maintain meaningful relationships with other people; including leading them to salvation, work hard and to take care of the earth and what has been given to us. We are to do this so that we can one day join him in heaven and spend eternity with him. People ponder eternity and what happens after we die, but God has provided answers to what will happen. Different things happen to those who are saved and those who are lost. For those who are saved they will immediately be in the presence of God. This is indicated by the words that are spoken by Jesus on the cross; “I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise” Luke 23:43. Conversely, those who die without having accepted Christ as lord and savior are condemned to hell and will be there the moment of their death. This is indicated in Revelation 20:11-15 which describes the Great White
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