Everyone has a Worldview whether they realize it or not. There are many things in a person’s life that may contribute to their worldview. Things like; family, friends, education, society, and television just to name a few. “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 in life.” “Life’s biggest, inescapable questions relate to whether there is a God, human origins, identity, and purpose, and the hereafter, just to mention a few.
The Book of Romans was written by Paul. “In addition a possible tie grows out of the fact that the Book of Acts ends with Paul in Rome so that his letter to the Romans follows naturally in the order of bible books ( John. F. Walvoord , Roy B. Zuck, The Bible Knowledge Commentary). ”
Paul simply addressed it “to all in Rome who are loved by God and called to be saints” (Romans 1:7) In Romans 1 he is building a case against the world. But Paul wants to share the Gospel with everyone who will listen, the Jew first and then the Gentiles. Paul pointed out that “since there is only one God” (3:30), He is the God of the Gentiles as well as the God of the Jews (3:29). As a result “Jews and Gentiles alike are all under sin” (3:29) and alike are saved by faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and His redemptive and propitiatory sacrifice “ (The Bible Knowledge Commentary).
Who am I in Christ? The Scriptures says that we are chosen by God, and that He gives us purpose. In Peter 2:9, “You are royal priests, a holy nation, and God’s very own possession. As a result, you can show others the goodness of God, for he called you out of the darkness into His wonderful light. “
As I stated earlier, family contributes to my worldview, in both positive and negative ways. The positive is that my great-aunt who raised me, and talked to me about God and His Son Jesus Christ, and we were a church going...