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Defining Worldviews Part I. What is a worldview? According to Caner a “worldview is the framework of beliefs by which a person views the world around him” (498). A persons’ worldview can be influenced by many things including family, friends, educations, and media. Weider breaks down what a worldview is into three easy points “a person’s philosophy of life, a framework a person brings to decision-making, and a filter or lens that a person uses to interpret life and the world around them” (59). People may claim that they don’t have a worldview but that isn’t true everyone has a worldview whether they know it or not. A person’s worldview helps them deal with everyday issues. 106 Part II. There are three types of worldviews that can…show more content…
In heaven you will exist in your eternal state with God, where as in heaven you will exist separated from God. Existing in hell is basically because you did not accept God’s word and now are being punished which is supported by Revelations 20:11-15. The choices that we as Christians make will determine our place with God and where we spend our afterlife. 593 Part III. A biblical worldview can influence everything in your life, including interactions with people, decisions of a job, and the way you treat animals. The two points I will discuss are how a worldview affects the interaction with non-human creation and also how it affects the way you go about your daily decisions with people. As stated in part two of this paper I discussed right and wrong and how there is a holy standard to be followed. Every day I try to treat people the way I would want to be treated, which is talked about in Luke 6:31, if you do not follow the standard and determine the difference between right and wrong I don’t think people would care how they treat others on a daily basis. If you treat people, the way you would want them to treat you there will be a mutual respect and you will also be following and acting how God has taught you to interact with others daily. As discussed earlier in the paper I talked about how God created mankind to be the responsible keepers of all other things he created. I believe
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