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BWVW 101 Week 3 Notes

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These notes cover the reading assignment and the blanks and topics we covered in class for Week 3.
Biblical Worldview I
Dr. Van Engen
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Date Created: 09/18/16
Week 3 Notes Monday 9/12/16 Blanks: Naturalism, pantheism, deism, theism, materialism, subjectivism, hedonism, pragmatism, postmodernism (pg 19) 1. What is a worldview? Framework 2. What is the ultimate division in terms of systems or worldviews? a. Theism -------------------------- atheism b. “No one is a perfect atheist. Instead they steal ideas from other religions; either/or fallacy 3. Define: a. Theocentric – God is the center of our thinking; an idea with enormous consequences b. Anthropocentric – man is the center of our thinking; we all fight the bests, we just have to choose our battles c. we make judgments based on human worth 4. What is syncretism? Blending or borrowing from another system 5. At what point is the conflict between the two systems most clearly seen? Ethics 6. What is nihilism? Meaningless or nothingness Wednesday 9/14/16 Blanks: God exists, Himself, creation, scripture, word, flesh, God, outside of creation, creative, powerful, creation A worldview is: the way we view the world and make value judgments.  Scripture is God-breathed and comes with no special interpretations. It is his breathed Word to us.  Outside of creation – theological term: Transcendent  The question of morality? Who creates the standards? GOD  Story is in 3 acts: creation, fall, resurrection  God wants to spend time with us and that’s one reason He created the rest, to take time to look at Him  The high point of the story is when everything has been created and he rests  True freedom is knowing where the boundaries are  Theoretical question: Was there pain in the garden? Friday 9/16/16 Week 3 Notes Blanks: fall, redemption, life, foundation, witness, world, neighborhood  1,000 years is like a day to God so Adam an Even ever fully lived a full day Reading Assignments: Why A Moral Life Won’t Get Us to Heaven  Humans are the only animals on the earth who worship  Worship helps culture to cope with the great issues of life  In most instances throughout history, bloodshed/sacrifice has been present during worship  Most popular approach to God: good kids vs. evil (like Santa)  heresy  Each person’s sin prevents him or her from coming any closer to God  If our premise is that to get to heaven one has to be good, then how good is good enough?  The standard man must meet is God’s perfection but no one can match that  Other countries sometimes use rubies as currency but that wouldn’t work here. Similarly, Jesus came and paid our “price”, which is His blood  To choose a “good works” path to God is to negate the total significance of Christ’s death, making it meaningless and unnecessary  Good works/morality only proves the change Jesus has made in us; it does not solely save us


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