ASSIGNMENT ID
122028
SUBJECT AREA Religion
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 7th March 2017
COMPLETED ON 9th March 2017
PRICE
$30
18 OFFERS RECEIVED.
Expert hired: WANGILKEIT010

BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ESSAY

Rationale for the Biblical Worldview Essay In preparation for the Biblical Worldview Essay and by completing your textbook readings you will be equipped to demonstrate your understanding of the authority of scripture, translate how the Bible represents a theistic worldview, and compare and contrast your religious perspective (Syllabus MLOs: A, B, C, F, G, H, I and Module/Week 7 LOs 1, 3, 4). Every person has a worldview whether he or she realizes it or not. What is a worldview? James W. Sire defines a worldview as: [A] commitment, a fundamental orientation of the heart, that can be expressed as a story or in a set of presuppositions (assumptions which may be true, partially true or entirely false) that we hold (consciously or subconsciously, consistently or inconsistently) about the basic constitution of reality, and that provides the foundation on which we live and move and have our being. Stated more succinctly, “…[A] worldview is simply the total set of beliefs that a person has about the biggest questions in life.” F. Leroy Forlines describes such questions as the “inescapable questions of life.” Life’s inescapable questions include the following: “Is there a God? If so, what is He like? How can I know Him? Who am I? Where am I? How can I tell right from wrong? Is there life after death? What should I and what can I do about guilt? How can I deal with my inner pain?” Life’s biggest, inescapable questions relate to whether there is a God, human origins, identity, purpose, and the hereafter, just to mention a few. Satisfying answers to the “inescapable questions of life” are provided by the Holy Scriptures. The Holy Scriptures, consisting of the Old and New Testaments, form the starting point and foundation for the biblical worldview. More specifically related to our purposes, the apostle Paul reflects several components of the biblical worldview in his letter to the Romans. The apostle Paul authored Romans toward the end of his third missionary journey, about 57 A.D. He addressed this letter specifically to the Christians in Rome. At the time the church in Rome consisted of Jewish and Gentile believers, with Gentile Christians in the majority. Paul wrote to the Christians in Rome in order to address specific concerns and challenges they were facing. While Romans was an occasional letter (not a systematic theology), Paul presents the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a very systematic fashion. The Gospel is actually the overarching theme of Romans as Paul spells this out in his programmatic statement in 1:16–17. As the systematic presentation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Romans is foundational to the biblical/Christian worldview. Recognizing that Romans is not a systematic theology and does not contain all the essential truths that are relevant to a worldview per se, the apostle Paul articulates truths that are foundational to the biblical worldview. In Romans 1–8, Paul addresses certain components of a worldview that relate to the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and culture. In a 750–1,000-word essay, describe what Romans 1–8 teaches regarding (1) the natural world, (2) human identity, (3) human relationships, and (4) culture. Furthermore, (5) explain how the teaching on these topics affects your worldview. Make sure that you address each of these topics in your essay. • As an essay, it must be written with excellent grammar, spelling, and style. • Begin your essay with an interesting introduction that contains a precisely-stated thesis. End your essay with a strong conclusion that summarizes your main points succinctly. Structure of assignment paragraphs: • Introduction/Thesis (approximately 75 words) • The Natural World (approximately 150–200 words) • Human Identity (approximately 150–200 words) • Human Relationships (approximately 150–200 words) • Culture (approximately 150–200 words) • Conclusion (approximately 75 words) • Use each of the categories above as headers for each paragraph in your essay. • The body of your essay must address the specified components of the assignment in excellent grammatical style. • Your essay must be typed in a Microsoft Word document using Times New Roman, 12-point font. • It must be single spaced and must contain 750–1,000 words. • All sources must be cited and a bibliography must be included. • Do not footnote Scripture references; cite them parenthetically within the essay body following the quotation or allusion to the biblical text. Review the Biblical Worldview Essay Grading Rubric to see the specific grading criteria by which you will be evaluated before submitting your essay. Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 7.
This project has already been completed on Studybay
On Studybay you can order your academic assignment from one of our 45000 project experts. Hire your expert directly, without overpaying for agencies and affiliates!
Check the price for your project

See other similar orders

Studybay assignment progress timeline

Studybay is a freelance platform where you can order a BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ESSAY paper, written from scratch by professors and tutors.
07 March 2017
User created a project for Religion
07 March 2017
18 experts responded
07 March 2017
User contacted expert WANGILKEIT010
07 March 2017
User hired expert WANGILKEIT010 who offered a price of $30 for the project and has experience doing similar projects
09 March 2017
The expert completed the project BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ESSAY for 2 days, meeting the deadline
09 March 2017
User accepted the project right away and completed the payment
09 March 2017
User left a positive review

Other projects in this subject area

Random blog posts

Ethical issues in information systems
<p>It&#39;s a common view that information technologies are rapidly changing the global social order. Digital transformation affects the state, business, and everyday human life &mdash; we all face it. Moreover, these processes blur the boundaries between the physical, biological, and digital worlds. By changing the material and social context of human life dramatically, technology changes our perceptions of ethical decisions and unethical behavior in specific situations and alters codes of ethics.</p>
The strategic planning process for toyota marketing essay
Strategic planning is the procedure of developing and keeping a strategic fit between the organizations' goals and features and its changing marketing opportunities. Same would go to Toyota organizations that contain their own targets for business. Corresponding to http://www. toyota. co. jp/ (2010-05-03), Toyota goals are "to generate vehicles and a range of motion society where people can live with a sense of safety, peace of mind, and comfort". These objectives are matter about the quality of product and the culture regarding their business. Toyota can apply this model when preparing their organizational goals. Toyota might test their SWOT matrix as the first steps to build up the organizational goals. This stage needs the business to environmental scanning, background information and situational analysis.