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Question 1 (2.5 points)
“…the presuppositions (assumptions which may be true, partially true or entirely false) which we hold (consciously or subconsciously, consistently or inconsistently) about the basic constitution of reality, and that provides the foundations on which we live and more and have our being” defines
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Question 2 (2.5 points)
This worldview prioritizes the scientific method as an explanatory framework for life and advances a rational and materialistic view of the world.
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Question 3 (2.5 points)
This worldview purports that everything can be explained objectively through the scientific method and the idea that there is no such thing as objectivity.
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Question 4 (2.5 points)
Christians are increasingly being attracted to belief systems that are counter to teachings in the Bible.
Question 4 options:TrueFalse
Question 5 (2.5 points)
George Barna, from his research, claims that only between 10-17 % of Americans actually hold a Christian worldview.
Question 5 options:TrueFalse
Question 6 (2.5 points)
What are the major cultural influences impacting worldview choices:
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civil law and public policy
all of the above
Question 7 (2.5 points)
Men, people who live in cities and non-white Americans are more likely to embrace other worldviews than women, people living in suburbs and rural areas and white Americans.
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Question 8 (2.5 points)
The view that accumulating possessions is the most important thing could be described as
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Question 9 (2.5 points)
This worldview stands in opposition to the economics of capitalism and falls more in line with socialist or communist political ideologies.
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Question 10 (2.5 points)
This worldview holds to the karmic statement that “if you do good, you will receive good, and if you do bad, you will receive bad.”
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Contains unread posts Dorothy Cable posted Jun 13, 2018 11:32 AM
You’re a “Historic Christian.” As a worldview, Historic Christianity affirms that God exists, is both personal and the creator of all that is, and can be known. Jesus of Nazareth was a real historical person who claimed to be and is the Son of God who was publicly crucified and raised bodily from the dead to provide forgiveness and eternal life to all who believe. The good life consists of knowing and loving God and serving others.
I Have to say I completely agree with this survey. I am new school but old school at heart. It says in the bible that the word never changes, so there is only one way to go based on. That is the way the bible tells us to go. Do you know that Jesus himself places the word above his own name? How important is that? If the word is the truth i want more of it! The four words I would use for myself will be ” A Sold Out Christian” I want to give all that I am for the glory of God. Even if there was no heaven or hell I want to give my all to the one who created me. Why not live according to the bible when everything in it is good.
Contains unread posts Megan Bazan posted Jun 16, 2018 6:02 AM Subscribe
You’re a “Postmodernist.” As a worldview, Postmodernism is a form of cultural relativism about such things as God, reality, knowledge, objective truth, morality, meaning, beauty, and the self. While difficult to ultimately define, postmodernism generally believes that all of these are social constructions relative to social groups that share an agreed upon narrative.
I have never heard this term in my life. I have always been a realist when it comes to life choices. Using logic and less emotion is usually how I go about things. I’ve never won an argument based on feeling, only by what I could prove, so naturally I started only to look at the scientific side of things, perhaps only when other people are involved. I still use my emotions and faith as a way to get through hard times and such. That is mostly used when it comes to internal struggles. So in comparison, being a postmodernist makes complete sense! I do take on all relative things when it comes to social groups. When majority rules I have no issues making a decision.