4 Ultimate Questions about Existence

There are four ultimate questions I want you to think about. These four questions make up a worldview. A worldview is how you personally interpret the world. It includes your beliefs, attitudes, emotions, and values about society, yourself, and existence. Each of us, whether we are aware of it or not, interpret the world. Let’s... Continue Reading →

What Worldview Are You Looking Through?

A professor at Duke University once said: "Evidence strongly suggests that humans in all cultures come to cast their own identity in some sort of narrative form. We are deeply rooted in story-telling." Do you believe this is true about yourself? I think all of us have different ways we relate to stories. Some of... Continue Reading →

Are Atheists Insecure About Their Worldview?

In this article, I am interested in observing the sociological phenomenon concerning the Atheist community as it relates to falsely labeling, and in extreme cases, deifying particular scientists against their will. Moreover, there is a pattern in the Atheist community to associate historical persons as having a nonreligious disposition despite strong evidence to the contrary.... Continue Reading →

What is a Worldview and Why is it Important?

A worldview is defined as, "a particular philosophy of life or conception of the world. It's the way one perceives the reality they live in." A worldview gives an individual a perspective of their reality, which leads to developing values, priorities, decisions, and how one applies it into their lives. Here are some questions a... Continue Reading →

What Are the 4 Basic Questions of A Worldview?

Religious or not, humans have a natural inclination to interpret reality. This is called their worldview. One's worldview is important because it answers the 4 basic questions concerning life: What is ultimate reality? What is a human being? What happens to a person at death? How do we know right from wrong? In this article, I... Continue Reading →

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