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BWVW 101 Week 2 Notes.pdf

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These notes contain the blanks for in-class notes and notes from the required readings for Week 2.
Biblical Worldview I
Dr. Van Engen
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Date Created: 09/09/16
Week 2 Notes Monday 9/5/16 Blanks: rationality, beliefs, values, opinions, right, right, tradition, manipulation, clarification, evidence, fallacies/errors in reasoning, opinion, argument, oversimplification, hasty conclusion, overgeneralization, false analogies, slippery slope, sweeping generalization, ad hominem, appeal to false authority, appeal to ignorance, bandwagon, is/ought, selective perception, false dilemma, red herring, straw man, overgeneralization, oversimplification, ad hominin false analogy, appeal to false authority, appeal to ignorance, bandwagon, is/ought-naturalistic fallacy, red herring, slippery slope, false analogy, false dilemma, hasty conclusion, sweeping generalization Wednesday 9/7/16 Blanks: perception, philosophy, starting, assumptions, framework/filter/lens, decision making, beliefs, crisis What questions define our worldview?  What is the standard of right and wrong?  Why are we here?  How did the universe come about?  How did we get here? 2 types of worldviews:  Theistic - God has the highest power and is in control  Atheistic – man has the highest power and is in control Worldview definition: the way we view the world and make value judgments about life  Works like rose-colored glasses; changes the way we see things Friday 9/9/16 Blanks: origin, identity, meaning/significance, morality, destiny, coherent, adequate, relevant A worldview answers: ORIGIN  How did the universe begin  How did life first begin  How did human life come to be  Where did intelligence, self-consciousness and reason come from  Did what exists come to be by accident or design Week 2 Notes IDENTITY  What does it mean to be human  Is human life worth preserving  Do humans have intrinsic value  Why are humans capable of doing good and evil MEANING  For what purpose do humans exist  Can any sense be made of suffering DESTINY  What is death, and why do we die  What will become of us after we die  Is there any true hope after this life Anthropic principle – reaction to humans don’t occupy a privileged position in this world Reading Assignments: The Grand Story: A Worldview Framework  “A worldview is not a story or a set of presuppositions but it can be expressed in these ways” o Story Ingredients  Characters  Setting  Plot/situations  Recognition of a worldview is: o A fundamental orientation of the heart o A commitment to and understanding of the “really real” o A consideration of behavior o A broader understanding of how worldviews are grasped as a story  The Grand Story: o Creation  A biblical worldview’s starting point is in the beginning with God (theistic)  God is the beginning and created everything; He communicates, He acts  He created man o Fall  The serpent is crafty; he caused doubt about God to Eve and convinced her that she had more power than God (atheistic worldview)  Sin forces you into hiding and is abnormal to God’s creation Week 2 Notes  “She gave me the fruit and I ate” – Adam  man takes no responsibility for his actions  “everywhere we turn, the good possibilities of God’s creation are misused, warped, and exploited for sinful ends” o Redemption  Christ comes, redeems, and returns


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