introduction:A worldview is how someone sees life, reasons for making decision, and the filter they use to understand life and everything in it (Weider & Gutierrez, 2011). Knowing what a worldview is makes it easier to understand what a Christian Worldview is. A Christian Worldview uses the Bible as its filter for understanding the world around us and how we should act. Paul addresses a lot of perspectives of the Christian Worldview in his letter to the Romans. Paul touches on the Christian worldview in the areas of the natural world, human identity, human relationships, and culture.Natural World:The hands of God created the world and everything in it. Paul states in Romans 1: 20 (NIV) %E2%80%9CFor since the creation of the world God%E2%80%99s invisible qualities%E2%80%94his eternal power and divine nature%E2%80%94have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.%E2%80%9D This verse clearly shows that you can see God%E2%80%99s existence in all that He has made. By looking at the world around you and seeing all that God has created leaves us with no excuse to not believe that He is the Creator. Paul also refers to God as the Creator when he speaks of how people worship created things over the Creator (Romans 1:25). Christians should worship God, the Creator, and see all that he has created as evidence of his presence. A Christian Worldview would see that God created everything and use that as proof that he exists.