Biblical World View Bibl 104

888 words 4 pages

A facet of Christian faith is the belief that mankind is created in the image of God. So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” I believe we were created in God's image, and that it influences me every day as a manager at Target. The inherit image of God in myself shows me that I should treat others with dignity and have no bias or exploitation of others based on looks, creed, race, gender, etc. The inherit image of God in myself also shows me that I need to be a servant such as Jesus was.

Example 1

As a manager at Target I find it no coincidence that my employee handbook should so closely model the way Jesus treated others. In this case it is
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Biblical Worldview Essay Grading Rubric
Criteria|PointsPossible|PointsEarned|Instructor’s Comments|
Content: Does the essay cover the subject as thoroughly as possible? Are at least 2 topics covered? Does it demonstrate a personal understanding of the subject?|50|||
Introduction: Is there a clear introductory paragraph including a thesis?|10|||
Structure: Are there headings provided for each section?|5|||
Conclusion: Is there a summative concluding paragraph?|10|||
Mechanics: Is essay free of glaring errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation and is it posted by the deadline?|15|||
Format: Is the essay in 12-point, Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins, and double-spaced?|10|||


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