God, to me is the supreme power, the most powerful, and supernatural body in this universe. Faith finds its significance in God, and it’s God who created the universe. A few examples that strengthen my belief in god are the Earth that has been perfect since ages, the colorless and odorless water, the air we breathe, the planets, and the nature. It would be challenging to provide a long-term value to the life if the universe was created accidently with the available natural processes. God holds fundamental significance, and the existence of human beings is made in God’s image to develop the meaning in life.
According to Delaplane (n.d), Naturalism is the belief that nature is all there is. There is nothing outside of nature, or if there is, it is unknowable. The nature of universe believes that god is an imaginary product and the humans created god; however the Christian worldview contrasts this view by believing that god is eternal and the universe was completely created by God. There are flawed philosophies of god in some religions as it is preached that the nature of the universe is an illusion, for a divine essence. The nature of universe can never provide a satisfactory expression and a realistic representation of vast creations of God.
Christian worldview consistently lives to serve others as represented in the Bible, and the Christian group considers life to be a blessing and privileged rights to respect others. A Christian considers God as the savior and may consider equal to God. I believe this approach is not acceptable as God who is not selfish like humans is chief above all of us. In my opinion God created us with an intention to know him more. The surrounding around us builds faith in him as it is an indication that he exists. God has never imposed himself on us to believe in him, which I think he could have. I believe I am a naturalist and I agree to the Christian worldview that it is good to save for a rainy day and invest now for the betterment of the next generation.
Delaplane, K. (n.d.). Naturalism: What you see is all there is. Retrieved from