As we’ve seen, a worldview is a comprehensive way of looking at the world, a framework for how we make decisions. We all have a worldview, even if we don’t realize it. This worldview can be summarized as the basic building blocks of our beliefs, values and actions. In fact, it has been said that worldviews influence our beliefs which shape our values which inform our choices which lead to specific behaviors and consequences (both good and bad).
But, how do we define or determine our own worldview?
There are a few fundamental questions you need to ask yourself as you define your worldview. For this assignment, using at least 2 external resources, write a 250-500 word paper defining your worldview. In order to do this, you will need to do some research. What are the fundamental questions that are typically included in defining worldviews? Don’t just tell me about what A worldview is. Tell me what YOU think or believe about the world.
A good response will show that you have researched worldview thinking and have given some thought to your answers. I have linked several articles below that can help you get started. This list is not comprehensive.
http://www.christianity.com/theology/other-religions-beliefs/8-questions-every-worldview-must-answer.html (Links to an external site.)
http://www.projectworldview.org/questions.htm (Links to an external site.)
http://www.bethinking.org/apologetics/deconstructing-a-worldview (Links to an external site.)