CWV301 Gospel Essential Essay

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  1. God: What is God like? What are God's characteristics? What is his creation?
  2. Humanity: What is human nature? What is human purpose? What is the root cause of human problems?
  3. Jesus: What is Jesus' true identity? What did Jesus do? Why is Jesus' identity and work significant for the Christian worldview?
  4. Restoration: What is the solution to human problems according to the Christian worldview? What role do grace and faith play in Christian salvation? How do Christians think that the transformation of self and society happen?
  5. Analysis: Analyze the Christian worldview by addressing each of the following questions: What are the benefits or strengths of Christian belief? What is troublesome or confusing about Christianity? How does Christianity influence a person's thinking and behavior?
  6. Reflection: Reflect on your worldview by answering one of the following questions: If you are not a Christian, what similarities and differences are there between your worldview and the Christian worldview? If you are a Christian, how specifically do you live out the beliefs of the Christian worldview?
  7. Conclusion: Synthesize the main points, pulling the ideas of the paper together.
  8. References

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Running head: BENCHMARK - GOSPEL ESSENTIALS Benchmark - Gospel Essentials Student A. Sample Grand Canyon University: CWV-301 1 BENCHMARK - GOSPEL ESSENTIALS 2 Benchmark - Gospel Essentials In at least 150 words, complete your introductory paragraph with a thesis statement in which you will address each of the following six sections with at least one paragraph each. God In at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. Humanity In at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. Jesus In at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. Restoration In at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. Analysis In at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. Reflection In at least 150 words, respond thoroughly to the questions in the assignment. Be sure to include citations. Conclusion BENCHMARK - GOSPEL ESSENTIALS In at least 150 words, synthesize the main points, pulling the ideas of the paper together. Be sure to include citations. 3 BENCHMARK - GOSPEL ESSENTIALS 4 References Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year). Title of article. Journal Title, Volume(Issue), xxx-xxx. Retrieved from url/permalink with hyperlink removed
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Running Head: BENCHMARK – GOSPEL ESSENTIALS

Benchmark - Gospel Essentials
Student A. Sample
Grand Canyon University: CWV-301
Date

BENCHMARK – GOSPEL ESSENTIALS
Benchmark - Gospel Essentials
Introduction
Humans have always strived to understand the universe. Most religions believe in the
existence of a Supreme Being responsible for the creation of everything that is in the world,
humans included. In Christianity, the Supreme Being is called God. Jesus is described as the Son
of God. The Bible provides detailed insights on what God is like, His attributes, and His creation.
God is believed to be everywhere. He is a Supreme Being that is able to be at all places at the
same time. God is also seen as a moral being. He is also believed to be glorious and holy. The
Book of Genesis outlines how God created the universe. On the other hand, humans are seen as
beings that are created with a great understanding and abilities despite being responsible for
much of the destruction witnessed in the world. This paper will explore what God is like, human
nature, Jesus; as showcased in the Bible, restoration, as well as the strengths of the Christian
belief.

God
What is God like?
There are different religious books that give the revelation of what God is like. The Bible
declares that God is a spirit who sees and knows everything concerning human life. God
challenges humans to handle him and see his nature which is fleshless and boneless (Luke
24:39). Exodus 4:4 emphasize that God cannot be represented by any created thing. An attempt
to do so is considered blasphemous. It implies that God can neither be seen nor touched but he
manifests himself in humans’ lives through things such as good health, fruitful harvest and life.

BENCHMARK – GOSPEL ESSENTIALS
Malachi 3:4 describes God as unchanging. God is also believed to be all-knowing. Nothing
happens in the world without His knowledge.
What are God's characteristics?
God characterizes himself as all-knowing and a loving Supreme Being. Out of love, he
ensures that he provides for humans and gives them health. The bible also documents God as
jealous who does not tolerate wickedness (Book of Chronicles). If people stray from his path, he
offers them a second chance to get back through repentance. If one does not repent, the ultimate
punishment is death as the Bible declares that the wages of sin are death. In explaining Himself,
God has revealed His attributes in the Bible; His book. According to AllAboutGod.com, any
deviation from that perspective is wrongful and blasphemous ("Attributes of God", 2019).
Explaining God in any other light is tantamount to creating a different god from the real God.
God is wise. This can ...


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