Christianworldview is viewed as the framework under which Christians createideas and beliefs that tend to interpret the world and how tointeract with it (Ryken, 2013). The Christian worldview can bealtered by the changes in the global occurrences. The purpose of thisreport is to discuss how some passages alter one’s Christianworldview as it relates to computer business applications.
Accordingto this passage, a Christian is supposed to seek wisdom from Godsince it can be provided generously by Him. However, when it comes tocomputer business applications, they help in doing things that aperson is not in a position to do or something that one does not haveknowledge of. When using the computer business applications, theapplications do not provide knowledge based on whether one is aChristian or not. Therefore, a believer and a non-believer can enjoythe benefit of using the applications. As a Christian uses thecomputer business applications, his/her Christian view will bealtered because God is considered as the source of wisdom in case onedoes not know something.Luke 6:31
Accordingto this passage, a Christian is supposed to treat others as he wouldprefer being treated. This implies that one should do good to othersand expect them to behave in the same manner. However, in case theyact wrongly to others, they should also anticipate the same beingdone to them. When it comes to the use of computer businessapplications, Christians may behave in different ways without mindingbecause it is just an application. For instance, a certainapplication may annoy them and destroy it. In such a case, thispassage would alter the Christian worldview of a person.Proverbs19:5
Thispassage argues that a false witness will receive punishment. Computerbusiness applications have been used in different ways and sometimesone can be a victim of false information. In case false informationis provided through the use of computer business applications, then aChristian can be indicated to be a witness to false information if heis the one who used an application to generate results. In this way,this passage alters the Christian worldview of a person.
Thispassage emphasizes on Christians concentrating on doing good thingsand showing seriousness, soundness of speech, and integrity whenteaching. The theme of doing this is to ensure that those who opposeChristians become ashamed. When using computer business applications,they can sometimes misbehave, which can make Christians using themconsider hating them. In such a scenario, the Christians would not bedoing a good thing by hating the applications. Thus, this passagealters the worldview of Christians.
Thispassage emphasizes on Christians trusting in the Lord God, but notany other thing. However, when it comes to Christians using businessapplications, they rely on the applications to resolve the issuesthat they have in businesses such as the management problems. Thisalters the worldview of Christians of trusting in the Lord alone.
Thepassage indicates that Christians need to give proper attention totheir herds and have knowledge of their flocks. However, when itcomes to computer business applications, it is not easy to keep acertain application as part of ownership because versions keep onchanging and some are disappointing leading to the adoption ofothers.
Inconclusion, Christian worldview is exceedingly critical to Christiansas it dictates how they perceive the world as well as interactingwith it. However, from the analysis of the passages above, it emergesthat the Christian world views can be influenced by issues thatemerge making them to change.
Ryken,P. G. (2013). Christianworldview: A student`s guide.Wheaton: Crossway.
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1stCorinthians 10:31“Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whateveryou do, do all to the glory of God” (Holy Bible NIV).
Computerapplication in business has been an important factor as far asbusiness management is concerned in the contemporary world. Thesector has been implemented with an aim of enhancing advancedorganizational performance (Stair& Reynolds, 2013).The scripture points out all the activities that are undertaken byman in daily struggles. In 1stCorinthians 10:31, the verse reiterates that whatever human do itshould be done to the glory of God. That being said, computerbusiness should be done in a way that it upholds human dignity andoptimizes the work of God. Its application should not in any way beused to make people turn away from their Maker. Therefore, it isthrough understanding the scripture that one will be able to advancehis or her business to glorify God.
Romans12:17 “Repay no one evil with evil. Have regards for good things inthe sight of all men” (Holy Bible NIV).
Thescripture explains the need for honesty and moral uprightness.Whoever has good moral principles will never do evil, which variesdepending on the environment and kind of actions or business onedoes. It is, therefore, important that all actions be able to do theright thing for all its employees and customers. Computer applicationin business is prone to different kinds of evils, for instance,manipulation of data or stealing (Stair& Reynolds, 2013).Many people in such businesses cause huge losses. The Bible alsoadvices people not to engage in this kind of evil deeds. It isimportant to have regards in the sight of other people as far ascomputer business is concerned. Paying evil for evil only destroysthe businesses, which does not benefit anyone.
Proverbs10:9 “He who works with integrity walks securely, but he whoperverts his ways will become known” (Holy Bible NIV).
Aperson who works with honesty and good morals in whatever he or shedoes will always be secure. This implies the need for businesspersons to adopt honesty as one of their principles. Engaging in gooddeeds in computer application in this field will guarantee onesuccess and stability. However, a person who does not walk on path ofintegrity and honesty will become unsecure and prone to harm. Inrelation to computer application in business, it means people shoulduse them as required by their administration (Stair& Reynolds, 2013).For instance, some people may apply it to alter organizational dataor do things forbidden by the organization. The Bible points out theneed for honesty in their business and ensure their clients aresatisfied with what they do. Business people have to enhance theirintegrity for their business to also grow. Otherwise, no entity thatlacks strong honesty principles grow.
Romans13:1 “Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. Forthere is no authority except from God, and authorities that exist areappointed by God” (Holy Bible NIV).
Businesswork with varied levels of administration. Computer systems have beenused today to make it easier to reach out to different employees.That being said, managers would use computer systems to assign jobsand monitor duties for different employees (Stair& Reynolds, 2013).In essence, every employee then has a responsibility to play as faras respecting the authority is concerned. The verse on Romans 13:1indicates that no authority exists except from God, hence all thebusiness administrations are all instituted by Him. The managers invaried computer business applications are also appointed by God. Itis, therefore, important that every employee subjects to theadministration. Human respect to the authorities equals to theirrespect to God. It is also through reverence that most businesseswill be able to achieve their set goals and objectives.
HolyBible (NewKing James Version(NIV)),solvus Lab Copyright. Retrieved fromhttp://www.solvus-lab.com/android/Bible.php?id=19-The-Holy-Bible-NKJV
Stair,R., & Reynolds, G. (2013). Principlesof information systems.Ithaca, NY: Cengage Learning. Retrieved fromhttps://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=rOS-Budla2EC&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=principle+of+computer+application+usage+&ots=PyLBAg-ER0&sig=mxI8gWr6X4MkBo_opDGkX5hqWJI
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