PHI413V Grand Canyon Worldview Reflection and Discussion questions

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Based on the required topic study materials, write a reflection about worldview and respond to following:

  1. In 250-300 words, explain the Christian perspective of the nature of spirituality and ethics in contrast to the perspective of postmodern relativism within health care.
  2. In 250-300 words, explain what scientism is and describe two of the main arguments against it.
  3. In 750-1,000 words, answer each of the worldview questions according to your own personal perspective and worldview: (a) What is ultimate reality? (b) What is the nature of the universe? (c) What is a human being? (d) What is knowledge? (e) What is your basis of ethics? (f) What is the purpose of your existence?

Remember to support your reflection with the topic study materials.

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School: Duke University



Worldview Reflection
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Discussion 1
Christian Spirituality is a fundamental concept within the context of the Christian
Worldview. The Christian spirituality is thus a choice that Christians make and know and grow
in their daily lives and relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ through their submission to the
ministry of the Holy Spirit in their daily lives. In other words, spirituality is a self-confession or a
choice that Christians make to keep their communication and submit themselves to Christian
values through confession. According to the Christian Worldview, when Christians grieve the
Spirit by sin, they erect a barrier between themselves and God (Dinges, 1996). However, when
they subject their Spirit to the Ministry their relationship with God is not interrupted.
According to the Christian Worldview, ethics are moral imperatives, in other words,
God’s moral nature is absolute and unchanging which means that God hates evil and loves good
deeds. The Bible is the essential book because it differentiates between good and evil, in other
words, it provides a critical framework for which Christians must build their perspectives based
on moral ethics (Siahpush, 1999). The ethics thus is inseparable from the Christian theology and
attitudes since Christian ethics are made and grounded in God’s character. The postmodern
cultural trends in regards to healthcare are absolute and imperative aspects that impact the
healthcare delivery system. The postmodern attitude to healthcare appears to support the fact that
individuals have a responsibility for achieving proper healthcare, reject medical authority, and
seek medical attention in line with their healthcare needs. However, the Christian worldview
view health as a necessity a...

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