A Christian World View and its Implications. Class Session 2. © John Stevenson, 2008. A Christian World View of Creation. What does it mean to have dominion over nature? Is it wrong to hunt animals for fun? Is it permissible to kills pests and predators? What about animal rights?
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Class Session 2
© John Stevenson, 2008
If sin can be on a corporate as well as an individual level, how might that affect the way that Christians and the church think about and deal with sin in this world?
“Culture represents human responses to God’s first and foundational command: ‘Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it’ (Gen 1:28). God entrusts human beings with the continuing process of creation”
(Romanowski, Pg 44).
“I believe Christians should be actively engaged with culture; studying it, discerning positive and negative aspects, and working to redeem it” (Romanowski, Pg 45)
Planning for Group Projects