Join us as we begin a special series of different worldviews. We will explore how we as human beings are shaped and moulded within our worldview. Environment, upbringing and many existential influences have shaped the way we think, act and reason within our objectivity that affecting our moral, ethical and epistemological views. SUBSCRIBE AND WATCH OUR NEW WORLDVIEW SERIES.
Tag: objective morals
BORN FROM ABOVE. JOHN 3:9-10
Our rebirth is unique, and its values are appreciated within our very heart and soul of ourselves uniquely. Value our faith, and together we uphold each other. Be mindful of the world around us and keep our eyes forward, keeping Jesus in our view.
We look for escapes from the absolutes. We deceive ourselves into denying that our existence is more than the reality we live in.
WHAT ARE THE THREE PARTS OF MORALITY
Listen to C S Lewis talk on the three parts that defines morality within the Christian worldview.
Finding meaning in the Moral Absolute
The significance of the Cross can only be exemplified by understanding the Old
Testament. It reveals how humanity since creation has floundered and stumbled, incapable of seeing the Truth, revealed through God’s covenants and spiritual presence. Eden; God physical presence, through his covenant with Noah, Abraham, Isaac, through the Arc of the Covenant, His temple, his voice through the prophets, judges and kings. God has revealed his unending grace, love, patience and compassion.
Life worth Living.
Finding meaning in our journey through life, calls for our need to establish a foundation that provides meaning and a framework that equal and fair to all.
BEHOLD THE MAN SERIES: TRUTH
What is Truth? This is the question that has plagued humanity since our very existence. We seem disoriented and lost as we struggle through life, seeking answers… Read more “BEHOLD THE MAN SERIES: TRUTH”
THE COST OF FOLLOWING JESUS – A Question of Allegiance
Hating father and mother? Didn’t the Lord say that we were to honor our father and our mother (Exodus 20:12)? Hating wife and children? Doesn’t Paul tell husbands to love their wives–the way that Christ loved the Church (Ephesians 5:25)?