Trinitarianism #1 – Introduction and Worldviews

What is God? How should he be defined? What is the difference between the Christian view of God and that of other religions? Often these pivotal questions are left unanswered, leaving no foundation for the rest of ones theology of God. During the course of this session, the student should be convinced of the need for believers to clearly define what the Christian conception of God is according to the theistic worldview. Much time will be spent comparing the theistic understanding of creation ex nihilo (“out of nothing”) to that of other worldviews. The student will come to an understanding that the Christian conception of God as the Uncaused Cause, Necessary Being, “That which nothing greater can be conceived” is rooted in philosophical theology that is necessitated by the reality of existence. Most basically, during this session the student will learn that all other worldview conceptions of God are not really “God” at all.

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Class Discussion for Week 1

Session Reading
– Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology, pp. 149–155; 262–314 (Chapters 10, 15)

For Further Study:

What is Worldview?

How do you know that Christianity is the one true worldview?

Should We Believe Only What Can Be Scientifically Proven?

Rosalind Picard at MIT – Will Technology Save the World?

Dallas Willard – The Nature and Necessity of Worldviews


About Ray

Sr. Research Manager by day, Bible and Theology teacher by night. Father of two great kids and humble husband to a godly wife.
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2 Responses to Trinitarianism #1 – Introduction and Worldviews

  1. gadgets4seniors says:


  2. Ray says:

    Your welcome. I am glad you checked out the class website. If you have any further comments or questions please let me know.

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