Instructions for the Biblical Worldview Essay
In a 1,000–1,200-word essay, describe what Genesis 1–11 teaches regarding the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and civilization. Furthermore, explain how this teaching on these topics affects your worldview. Make sure that you address each of these topics in your essay (it is suggested that you organize your essay around these four broad categories).
Your essay should include an introduction with a clearly stated thesis. Your essay should have a conclusion that ties together the main points with a reiteration of the thesis. The body of your essay must address the specified components of the assignment, with a focus on worldview and its implementation in the modern context. Do not just summarize the content of Genesis 1–11. Rather, build your essay around the required worldview categories (natural world, human identity, human relationships, and civilization), the basis for a specific set of worldview assumptions drawn from Genesis 1–11, and the practical ramifications of these in today’s society.
Your essay must be typed in a Word document using Times New Roman 12-point font. It should contain 1,000–1,200 words. Do not footnote Scripture references, but cite them parenthetically within the body of the essay following the quotation or allusion to the biblical text. Format the essay in a single Word document using APA, MLA, or Turabian style (whichever corresponds to your degree program).
Increasing taxes would raise prices and lower consumption. Fast food companies would pass on these taxes to consumers in the form of higher prices and this would lead to people not being able to afford junk food because it is too expensive. Junk food would soon become a luxury item and it would only be consumed occasionally, which would be less harmful to the general public’s health. For instance, the cost of organic food has proven prohibitively expensive for most people and that is why only a small percentage of the population buy it regularly.