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Christian Philosophy of Education

Developing and maintaining a biblical worldview is an important step for Christians to take. As the world becomes a darker place to inhabit, it is evident that morality is no longer something that people strive for. Christians must shine the light of Christ on a lost world that has turned away from Him. The schoolhouse […]

Christian Education through Biblical Worldview

Introduction Biblical worldview can be defined as the way in which we see the world around us and the reality we as individuals choose to live. This is based on what we believe is correct and how we are called to live our lives by Jesus. (Ephesians 4: 17-22) So I tell you this, and […]

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Inside the Christian/Biblical worldview

Inside the Christian/Biblical worldview, the question of the source is completely entrenched in God. This belief is that God created all that is there and that he rules over it autonomously. Each person has a worldview, whether we recognize it or not. It impacts the way in which we reason and consequently the way we […]

The Line Between Spirituality and Irreligious

But if you bite and devour one another, take heed that you are not consumed by one another (Galatians 5:15; New Testament). The word devour comes from the Greek word katesthi??, which means: to eat up, or to consume by eating. In nature, very few species eat their own kind. This kind of behavior is […]

A Shipwreck of Faith

In Daniel Defoe’s book Robinson Crusoe, the main character endures many battles along his adventures while entering adulthood. As Robinson Crusoe journeys across the seas, God makes Crusoe enduress many trials. First, starting from when he sets off to sea, disobeying his parents wishes in the process, to encountering many shipwrecks, and lastly the opportunity […]

Fires of Faith by Eamon Duffy

Eamon Duffy’s Fires of Faith depicts the state of the English church during the reign of Mary Tudor, lasting from 1553-1558. Mary’s reign remains one of the most controversial aspects in Church history. This book aims at responding to the predominant issue of the competence of the Marian regime while commenting on misconceptions. With Fires […]

The Faith to Persevere: A Theme of Night

Introduction How much faith and confidence can we place in the scripture of Hebrews 11:1, now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see (BibleGateway)? How much faith is necessary for practically blind confidence and optimism for the future? In Wiesel’s book Night, unwavering faith is the […]

The Journey of Faith

Every story ever told and every life ever lived has included elements of good and evil. In a stereotypical story, the main character endures a struggle between the wicked and the honorable”whether it be internal or external. Through hardships, self-discovery, grit, and strength, the protagonist generally manages to pull off a miracle and rid their […]

The Mysterious Nature of Faith

In our daily life, we can hear people say that they have faith in something. But what on earth is faith? Generally, people may consider faith as religious beliefs. However, does having faith just mean believing in god? Or perhaps it has deeper implication? Do people voluntarily have faith or not? Throughout the history, many […]

The Faith and Love in Joyce’s Works

There are many aspects of Irish life that are discussed in James Joyce’s works. The role of religion in shaping social conventions, love relationships and moral structure is a preoccupying element of Joyce’s stories. Joyce’s characters in the Dubliners are described as short-tempered, having thwarted loves and intense class and self-consciousness. Many of the characters […]

Will Religion and Faith be the Answer to Climate Change?

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to examine how the major world’s religions view the environment. Specifically, it will review and discuss the various tenets of each faith and in order to discern how the tenets of each faith dictate encourage or require those that hold that faith to believe, act, or be responsible […]

Knowledge About Faith and Science

What is the key to a successful knowledge in means of faith and science? How can assistance be that key to successful learning? In compliance with philosophy, people view faith andscience with different perspectives. Some may think that faith brings upon atrue reality, while others believe more in reasoning and logic. Faith may be portrayed […]

When You’ve Lost Your Faith

I was just 14 years old when I had gotten accepted into Wake STEM Early College High School. Wake STEM is a high school that focused mainly on the subjects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Wake STEM was also partnered with North Carolina State University, which was one of the colleges I wanted to […]

From Flesh to Faith

When one thinks of an “idol” or a “false god”, many different images can come to mind; images such as: human-like statues, animal-like figures, things made of gold and bronze, money, and items of worth. What doesn’t always come to mind are things like family, friends, popularity, hobbies, electronics, sex, relationships, and the biggest, which […]

How Faith in God Came to Be?

A King named Dashrat ruled, north of the Ganges River, in the city of Ayodhya. He was astute and robust, but still childless. The gods in heaven were greatly agitated by Ravan, the demon King of Lanka. The King turned to Vishnu for aid. King Dasharatha begs to Vishnu, “Please my lord we need you […]

Biblical Worldview And Education

Biblical integration presupposes, on the one hand, a corresponding connection between biblical principles, propositions and values, and on the other hand, with ideas, practices and educational content. Based on the biblical teaching that a person is not only a physical, but also a spiritual person, a Christian history teacher draws pupils’ attention to how and […]

The Book Of Romans And A Biblical Worldview

The Apostle Paul started out as a Roman citizen that prosecuted people with Christian beliefs. His life was changed when he saw a paranormal light and by hearing the voice of Jesus Christ. Paul used his words to show his humility and deep need for God. Paul was able to use his abilities as a […]

Shattering Of The Faith

The blood of the lamb, was shed for me on the cross at Golgotha. The choir continued to sing while the Bishop walked around the church,solemnly, pouring incense. Other than the choir singing, there was dead silence among the congregation. He died today, like he died so many years ago. For you! You sinners caused […]

India’s Faith and Indonesia’s Faith

I watched Around the World in 80 Faiths: India and Nepal . Around the World in 80 Faiths is documentary series by BBC executed by the Church of England Vicar, Pete Own-Jones, who travels far and wide to many continents such as North and South America, Asia, Europe, Africa, and Australia. I live in North […]

Technology and Faith in the Modern Era

Technology and Faith are two concepts that are ever present in our lives and in the modern era are seemingly placed in opposite corners of reality. Technology is being used to spread some of the knowledge and wisdom of Faith to all corners of the globe, while at the same time it is being used […]

A Biblical Worldview from the Book of Romans

The book of Romans is a letter that the Paul wrote to the Roman people during his third missionary journey. Throughout Romans Paul writes about how sinful humans are and how they can receive salvation from God through Jesus Christ. The running theme in the book of Romans is that every person has disobeyed God, […]

Faith and Meaning of Life With Regard to Lev Tolstoy’s Beliefs

Why does philosophy exist? The answer is simple, yet complex at the same time for those whose minds aren’t open to various interpretations of literature, ideals, but most importantly, questions. This is why philosophers dedicate virtually their entire lives to such questions and ideals that spark their interests. Philosophy can be defined as love of […]

The role of religion in human ethicality

In the eighteenth century America was obsessed with ethicality; people lived by the rules of religion. Although, who is to say what is ethical? It is another being who determines ethicality and it is only in accordance with their rules, you must conform to their standards of right and wrong, thus the question is “ […]

The Dangers and Risks of Faith

Since the beginning of time, human beings have come across lightning, floods and the inevitable, death. Ancient humans, being as primitive as they were, could not come with rational explanations for these events. They created religion to explain the unexplainable. It started out with gods for lighting, then transitioned to more moral gods, like Zeus […]

Faith Hope and Love in “How I Learned to Drive”

The three theological virtues, faith, hope, and love are recurring themes throughout history, especially prevalent in theater and plays. The idea of hope in Angels in America by Tony Kushner and How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel creates a sense of a happy endings in both plays; however looking deeper it may only […]

American Blind Faith in A Good Man is Hard to Find

Flannery O’Connor consistently references religion and its effects on American culture in her short stories. Her Catholic upbringing influences almost all her fiction, often paired with Postmodernism themes of dark imagery and skepticism. Although she often has a harsh portrayal of religion, Flannery’s point of view on religion itself isn’t critical. Rather, she criticizes any […]

Magic, Science and Religion are Undefined

Thesis Magic, science, and religion are not rigid concepts. Their definitions are fluid and flexible in order to bend to encompass each and every worldview that exists. These definitions also change depending on who is defining them, in what context they are defining them in, and what their agenda is. In this paper, we will […]

How Science Works with Religion

As mentioned at the start of this book, science can never disprove the existence of God. It can’t prove His existence either. The most it can ever do, is say there is no evidence of a supernatural god. That isn’t scientific proof of non-existence, it just means if He does exist then He left no […]

The Impacts of Religion and Science in Jose Saramago’s Blindness

Introduction The defining characteristic of human nature is the formation of belief systems that provide meaning in an empty world. Faith, and the religious connotations that come with it, allows humans to live with purpose, and to care for one another. It is often difficult to assess whether this ability is inherent in humans, or […]

People that have a Biblical worldview

A worldview is how an individual sees the world and their perception of it. It is not from a physical viewpoint, but instead a philosophical vision; everything that exists to them and is important. A worldview can also be described as the underlying motivation in the thoughts, spoken words, and actions of a person. (Lanier, […]

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