Christian worldview ideas

Genesis 2:19-20
Adam utilized the concept of classification. God formed all of the animals on earth and in the air and it was Adam's job to give them all a name. By naming them he was using classification. He would have certainly made distinctions between birds, and lions, bears, and bugs, etc.
Classification is defined as: 1.) the action or process of defining something according to shared qualities or characteristics. 2.) The arrangement of animals and plants in taxonomic groups according to their observed similarities (Classification, 2013).
Genesis 6:12-22
Noah demonstrated the use of the concept of measurement. God told him that everyone living on earth with the exception of Noah's family had become corrupt and therefore he was going to destroy the earth and every person and creature on it. God told him that he would need to build an ark for him and his family, and a male and female of every animal so that they would not perish. He was very specific in what the measurements should be. He told Noah that the ark was to be three hundred cubits long (450 feet), fifty cubits wide (75 feet), and 30 cubits high (45...

Adams concept of classification
In reading Genesis 2: 19-20, I realized that Adam had a God given gift for classifying animals. Dictionary.com defines classification as the assignment of organisms to groups within a system of categories distinguished by structure, origin, etc. (ESV). He took the time to group them according to categories, and then individually naming each animal. In verse 19, it said that “Adam named all of the animals” and in verse 20, it says that "...Adam gave names to all the livestock and to the birds of the air and to every beast of the field..." (Amplified Bible). This implies that he gave the animals names based on their groupings (livestock, birds, beasts, etc.). By Adam cataloguing the species, it gives us an understanding of defining certain characteristics to compartmentalizing different species and their subgroups.

Noah’s concept of measurement

The passage of scripture from Genesis 6:12-22 “And this is the fashion which thou shalt make it of: The length of the ark shall be three hundred cubits, the breadth of it fifty cubits, and the height of it thirty cubits." (ESV) shows where God specifically instructs Noah with the measurements required to build the Ark. Noah was instructed as to what length, width and height he should build the ark. God had to equip Noah with the understanding of what cubits are and a method for gauging the increments in order for Noah to know what length and width each section of the ark was to be built accordingly. Even if Noah’s measurements were off, his concept or interpretation of what a measure of cubit is was accurate enough to fit all of the animals and cargo aboard the Ark. We know this to be true because later we are told that Noah accomplished the task as told to him by God and thus saved the life on earth.

Jethro’s concept of program evaluation
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Does the Bible have a legitimate link to science; its methods and the research? Can we see God and His very presence and preeminence within counseling, psychology and the detailed research that is a part of this process? Some would be quick to reply that just as our government has not placed a dividing line between churches and state that these sciences and approaches and the Bible cannot coexist, nor can God be related to or connected to these disciplines. But from a Christian perspective how can we say the same when we understand the foundation of all truth comes from God. In Colossians 1:16 in the Amplified Bible it reads: ...