The World View Of The Bible

1670 Words Oct 12th, 2015 7 Pages
Many people in the world today have decided that a world view doesn’t matter; that everyone can simply believe what they would like to believe, and it wouldn’t make a difference. However, someone’s worldview determines there every act! Hitler for example, believed that Jews, disabled people and elderly people were worthless; he thought that he could make a perfect world. So his beliefs led to his actions. There is only one world view that is correct, one that would explain all questions and that is a Christian world view. Many people would say that the Bible is a fraud, but there are 5,664 Greek manuscripts of the original wording of the New Testament, as well as 18,000 other unchanged manuscripts in other various languages. How then, could it all be made up? To acquire a Biblical world view, a person must know how the Bible answers seven questions, for example: What is the origin of the universe? What is the cause of evil and suffering? What happens after death? What is the basis of morality and ethics? What is the nature of man? What is the meaning of history? What is the nature of God?
God, infinite and almighty, is at the same time a personal God. He is the only God, and even the demons shudder at the sound of His great name. We are made in the image and likeness of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. They are the Trinity. God also tells us that we should baptize believers in His name. Mathew 28:19 explains, “Therefore go and make…
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