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Worldview Paper

969 words - 4 pages

WORLD VIEW PAPER
Chazia Brown-Sanou
Liberty University Online

WORLD VIEW PAPER

What is a worldview?
A worldview is a particular viewpoint of life or origin of the world, or how you interpret reality and what you believe to be true. It is different for everyone since no two people have the exact same life experiences. As you grow and become more aware of the person you are your worldview may change. Your worldview makes you who you are, what you believe, and how you handle certain situations. Your worldview effects every aspect of your life, from the types of relationships you have to how you interact with the world around you. For example, a child may believe the world revolves ...view middle of the document...

We have the capability to determine how our life should be, which relationships we chose to develop and discover our purpose in life. I do not think that humans are more important than animals. I believe we are their superiors, since God gave us the land to govern.
Why does mankind exist? The original reason why God made man came to an end when man rebelled against God in the garden of Eden, but God created man in his own image because it gave him pleasure to create. Man was to glorify His name and worship only Him. As (Genesis 1:28) explains we were to inhabit the earth and rule over all creatures, we were to cultivate, work, and take care of God’s creation. Adam was created to do God’s will, to know Him, and with the capability to love him for eternity.
Is there life after death? I think the answer to this question all depends on what you believe. Different religions deal with death and the afterlife differently, but they are all based that if you do good in life you will be rewarded after your death. Christians believe in everlasting life with the Lord in heaven, several religions including Buddhism and Hinduism believe in reincarnation meaning you never really die you are just reborn into a different form. Even though death in inevitable, the possibility of life after death and seeing loved ones that have already gone on to Glory can be comforting to some individuals. (413 words)

My worldview has dictated how I interact with other people and with world around me. I treat anyone I may encounter with the same dignity and respect I would expect no matter who they are. I try to lead by example, I don’t hold any grudges towards anyone who may have done me wrong...

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