After viewing the video, identify at least one Scripture or passage central to the foundation of your Christian worldview. In 150-200 words, explain how it might assist you during your graduate studies. (For example, consider how the Scripture/passage might help you make choices, persist through challenges, find answers to intellectual dilemmas in your field of study, or perform with academic excellence.) Read at least one other post and respond with one encouraging or supporting Scripture.
1. Is plagiarism inherently wrong or does it reflect an arbitrary standard? Why do you think so?
2. In which specific ways does your view matter (for example, what are some potential consequences--both good and bad--that might result from hypothetically installing your view as the cultural norm)?
Your word is a lamp to my feet
And a light to my path.
I have sworn and I will confirm it,
That I will keep Your righteous ordinances.
This has been one of my favorite biblical passages for quite some time, and I believe that it exemplifies the qualities and characteristics essential to one’s Christian worldview. We learn about God’s salvation, God’s requirements and God’s guidance from the Word of God. We measure and evaluate our stance as Christians using the standards of the Bible, and the Scriptural consolation gives us strength when circumstances seem to be against us. I believe this passage from Psalm 119 is especially relevant and applicable in the graduate setting. Education, and graduate school particularly, is a process of the...
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