What one believes about God is perhaps the most important and foundational belief of a worldview. After completing the readings, address how a belief in God would impact a Christian worldview. What does a Christian worldview believe about God and why is that important for one's daildq 2
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After completing the readings and interacting with the "Creation" flag of .gcumedia.com/zwebassets/courseMaterialPages/cwv101_biblical-timeline-v1.1.php">"The Story of the Bible," answer the following questions:
Where do naturalism and Christianity agree on their views of the universe? Where do they disagree? How do you feel about the naturalist concept that human personality, thought, and emotion are chemical and electrical reactions?
In the .gcumedia.com/zwebassets/courseMaterialPages/cwv101_biblical-timeline-v1.1.php">"Story of the Bible," how do the Creation story and the subsequent Fall in Genesis (chapters 1-3) provide a framework for understanding human responsibility to obeying God's Laws? Is there a right and wrong, a black and white, or is there a gray depending on the situation? Provide reasons and examples for your position. How does your position compare to the Christian Worldview?
Secular humanists feel that "The good is not what some abstract God dictates, but what contributes to the liberation, growth, and progress of human beings. Instead of being God-centered, we should be human-centered." (Veith, 1994) What do you think about this statement?