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Worldviews

Worldview Diagram

Does God exist?

Yes

I don’t know

I don’t care

No

Does more than one god exist?

Yes

No

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Agnostic (8% of surveyed)

Agnosticism holds that God's existence cannot be proven.

Is it possible to find the meaning of life?

Yes

I don’t know

I don’t care

No

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Apatheist (3% of surveyed)

Apatheists are not interested in God - whether he exists or not. They hold that even if God exists, he hasn't given an example of his care for people. If God doesn't care about people, then people shouldn't care about God either. Apatheists aren't bothered with their own faith nor other people's beliefs.

Do you find meaning of life in the world?

Yes

I don’t know

I don’t care

No

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Atheist (1% of surveyed)

Atheism rejects the existence of a personal God and often the existence of the supernatural. However, it allows for the existence of morality and immaterial entities.

• How did you come to the conclusion that there is no God?
• Does it necessarily mean that God doesn't exist?
• Do good and evil exist objectively?
• How do you know what is right or wrong?
• Why can't we accept that torturing kids for fun is morally good?
• How did the universe begin? What caused it to exist?
• Do you have a feeling sometimes that the universe and that nature all around us are intricately designed? What would be the best explanation for that? Is it better to believe in a designer or the appearance of design?
• Is it better to believe in a designer or an illusion of design?

Do you find meaning of life in the world?

Yes

I don’t know

I don’t care

No

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Where do you find the meaning of life?

everyone individually

Everyone finds meaning of life individually


through experience

The meaning of life is to practice freedom through experiencing things


in humanity

The meaning of life is in my own humanity


in nature

I find the meaning of life in nature

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Does God influence the world?

God is involved in what is happening in the world, He has the power to influence the situations in the world.

Yes

No

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Does God exist independently of the world?

Could God exist without the world? Do changes in the world influence God?

Yes

No

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Is God involved in the world?

Yes

No

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Is God in everything in the world?

Yes

No

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Theist (10% of surveyed)

Theism holds that there is a God who can be personal or impersonal. God is outside of the universe, is in control of it and gives it its purpose.

Is knowing God personally possible? Can one have a personal relationship with God?

Yes

No

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Is the world a part of God?

Yes

No

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It is difficult to determine your worldview.

Your answers lead to the conclusion, that God is dependent on the world but is not a part of the world. You can go back to previous questions or answer the questions below.

• What is the relationship between God and the world?
• What is the God you believe in like?
• On what do you ground your faith?
• Who is Jesus to you? Why did he come to the world?
• What is the role of our deeds in our life?
• If knowing God personally was possible, how much would you be interested (on scale from 1 to 10)?
• Would you like to know how to meet God personally?
Would you like to know how to start a personal relationship with God?
If you would like to grow in your faith or inspire others to develop their faith - contact us.

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Did God make himself known in the world through the man Jesus Christ?

Yes

No

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How can you know God?

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Can salvation be found only through faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ?

Yes

No

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How is one saved?

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How old are you?

16-20

21-30

31-40

41-50

51-60

61 or more

Your status

high school student

college student

employed

other

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Politheist (4% of surveyed)

Belief in many gods. One can worship any god in any form he wants to.

• What are the gods you believe like?
• Are they personal?
• What is the character of their interaction? Are they competing and opposing each other or do they work together in harmony?
• If they are in opposition, what influence does it have on the world?
• If they work together in harmony, how do you know they are separate beings?

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Nihilist (6% of surveyed)

Nihilism is the denial of everything - God, philosophy, knowledge, morality and value. The immaterial world doesn't exist, and life has no meaning or purpose.

• If there is no good and evil, what is the difference between charity work and torturing kids for fun?
• If there is no objective good and evil, how did human consciousness develop?
• What's the difference between shooting at people and shooting at trees?
• If people are just physical phenomena, why do we punish murderers by throwing them into prison, but we don't do it to stones that fell on someone's head?
• If life has no meaning or purpose, why did you get up from bed? What are you looking forward to in life?
Would you like to know what other people think is the source of morality and meaning of life?

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Agnostic (8% of surveyed)

Agnosticism holds that God's existence cannot be proven.

• Do you agree with this definition?
• How can you be sure that we will never be able to confirm whether God exists or not?
• What kind of evidence would you require to become convinced about God's existence?
• If such evidence were inaccessible, would that mean that God doesn't exist?
• If there was other evidence for God's existence, would you like to hear it?
• What prevents you from absolutely rejecting the existence of God? ?

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Apatheist (3% of surveyed)

Apatheists are not interested in God - whether he exists or not. They hold that even if God exists, he hasn't given an example of his care for people. If God doesn't care about people, then people shouldn't care about God either. Apatheists aren't bothered with their own faith nor other people's beliefs.

• Does this definition represent your attitude?
• Have you ever thought about topics of spirituality and God's existence?
• What happens to a person after death?
• If God actually exists, what difference should it make in our lives?
• How did you come to the conclusion that God doesn't care for people?
Would you like to get to know why faith is important to others?

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Relativist (11% of surveyed)

Relativism holds that there is no absolute truth. Truth is whatever is believed to be true. Similarly with morality: Everyone defines for himself what good is. Religious relativism holds that all religions are equally true and equally important ways to express faith in God.

• If the truth is subjective, how can you explain that over thousands of years mathematicians around the world have perfectly created a coherent set of theorems? How is it possible that all of them agree on everything?
• When you say 'Truth is subjective,' isn't that an objective statement?
• If good and evil are not objective, why do people keep the law?

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Existentialist (18% of surveyed)

Existentialism holds that we are the only free beings that influence our lives. Because life has objectively no meaning, one needs to define it himself. The purpose of life is to exercise our own freedom and experience the world. People have complete control over their lives and decide who they are on their own. It often comes with the feeling of emptiness and meaninglessness.

• Why would one make up a purpose for his life if there is objectively none? Isn't that just fooling ourselves?
• Does good and evil exist objectively?
• Does doing good have any deeper meaning?
• Where does the search for significance in humans come from?

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Humanist (4% of surveyed)

Humanism emphasizes the special value of a human person. It holds that humans are the ultimate being and the measure of everything. Purpose of life is determined by humans and found in a human. Humanists who deny the existence of God are called secular humanists. Christians also used to be called humanists, because they emphasized the inherent value and dignity of every person.

• What grounds do you have to believe that human beings are special?
• What is the value of a human being?
• Are outstanding people more valuable than ordinary ones?
Would you like to hear the stories of others who also think humans have special value?

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Naturalist (2% of surveyed)

Naturalists deny the existence of God. They believe that the only existing entities are matter and energy. The universe is a blind mechanism and everything that is happening is determined by the laws of physics. People are highly developed biological machines, and their value comes only from their superiority over other animals.
• How could unguided physical and chemical processes create conscious and intentional thinking?
• Does good and evil exist objectively?
If yes, how do you know what is good or wrong?
If no, why can't we declare that torturing kids for fun is good?
If there is no good and evil, then what is consciousness and how did it develop?
• Where do laws of nature come from and why aren't they inconsistent?
Would you like to hear what others think is the source of morality, existence of consciousness and complexity of nature?

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Deist (11% of surveyed)

Deism holds that God created the world, but he no longer controls it. It compares God creating the world to a watchmaker winding a clock and leaving it to itself. In this worldview, the universe is a blind mechanism. Everything that happens is determined by the laws of nature and there is no free will.

• Why do you think that there actually is some kind of God?
• How did you come to the conclusion that God is not involved in the world?
• For what purpose did God create the world then?
• Are you sure that God cannot be known personally?
• If God could be known personally, how much (on scale from 1 to 10) would you be interested?

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Deist (11% of surveyed)

Deism holds that God created the world, but he no longer controls it. It compares God creating the world to a watchmaker winding a clock and leaving it to itself. In this worldview, the universe is a blind mechanism. Everything that happens is determined by the laws of nature and there is no free will.

• Why do you think that there actually is some kind of God?
• How did you come to the conclusion that God is not involved in the world?
• For what purpose did God create the world then?
• Are you sure that God cannot be known personally?
• If God could be known personally, how much (on scale from 1 to 10) would you be interested?

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Pantheist (3% of surveyed)

Pantheism holds that God is in the material world; He doesn't exist without matter. God = the universe. Everything that exists (including people) is part of one absolute. God doesn't exist outside of the universe, but rather is the force driving it. Pantheists believe in reincarnation.
• How did you come to the conclusion that there is reincarnation?
• What determines in what form will you be born the next time?
• If we all are a part of one absolute, why are there wars in the world?
• How is it possible that humans investigating the absolute are themselves more complex and active then the absolute itself, which created them?
• How is it possible that light and darkness are one?
• What caused the breakdown in the oneness and harmony of the absolute (reality)?

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Panentheist (4% of surveyed)

Panentheists believe that the world is a part of God. Therefore all events happening in this world have influence on him and can change him. There is also a part of God that is outside of the universe and remains timeless. God is more than just the universe.

• What is the immaterial part of God like?
• How is it possible that one part of God is in time and the other is timeless?
• Doesn't such flattening of this one dimension of God cause incompatibility within himself?
• How did you come to the conclusion that God is both in matter and outside of it?

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Agnostic (8% of surveyed)

Agnosticism holds that God's existence cannot be proven.

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Christian Theist (15% of surveyed)

In Christian Theism the main source of knowledge about God and the world is the Bible. It says that God is the creator of everything. He made people in His image in order to have fellowship with them. However, people have decided to live independently. This self-will is contrary to God's plan and is called sin. Because God is holy and just, he cannot have fellowship with someone who has rebelled against Him. And since all people are imperfect, all are separated from God and deserve eternal condemnation. Ultimately, all people deserve to go to hell. But God in his love has sent his Son, Jesus, to live a perfect, sinless life and die a substitutionary death on the cross for our sins. This is the only way by which God could forgive our sins and remain just. One only needs to believe in Christ's death and resurrection and confess Him as one's personal Savior and Lord. This means having a willingness to turn away from one's sinful lifestyle and surrender one's life to God.
• Who is Jesus to you? Why did he come into the world?
• What is the role of good deeds in our life?
• If your friend wanted to become a Christian and asked you how he can do it, what would you tell him?
• Do you read the Bible? How often?
Would you like to know how to start a personal relationship with God?
If you would like to grow in your faith or inspire others to develop their faith - contact us.

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Theist (10% of surveyed)

Theism holds that there is a God who can be personal or impersonal. God is outside of the universe, is in control of it and gives it its purpose.
• What is the God you believe in like?
• On what do you ground your faith?
• Who is Jesus to you? Why did he come to the world?
• What is the role of our deeds in our life?
• If knowing God personally was possible, how much would you be interested (on scale from 1 to 10)?
Would you like to know how to start a personal relationship with God?

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Theist (10% of surveyed)

Theism holds that there is a God who can be personal or impersonal. God is outside of the universe, is in control of it and gives it its purpose.
In your opinion, how can you be saved?
Christianity holds that that salvation and eternal life are given only through the faith in Jesus. The deeds are the consequences of the faith, but they do not save us. If you agree clickYES. You can read more about it HERE .)
• What is the God you believe in like?
• On what do you ground your faith?
• Who is Jesus to you? Why did he come to the world?
• What is the role of our deeds in our life?
• If knowing God personally was possible, how much would you be interested (on scale from 1 to 10)?
Would you like to know how to start a personal relationship with God?

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Theist (10% of surveyed)

Theism holds that there is a God who can be personal or impersonal. God is outside of the universe, is in control of it and gives it its purpose.
• How can you know God?
• What is the God you believe in like?
• On what do you ground your faith?
• Who is Jesus to you? Why did he come to the world?
• What is the role of our deeds in our life?
• If knowing God personally was possible, how much would you be interested (on scale from 1 to 10)?
Would you like to know how to start a personal relationship with God?

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About the Worldview Diagram test

This test will help you discover your personal worldview! It is short and simple complete. It touches on some life questions that we believe many people need to answer for themselves. This test is a starting point in discovering what you believe and where you are heading in your life. We strongly encourage you to share and talk about your results with a friend. Join the thousands of people of all ages who already took the test. Dive in!

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Organizer - Ruch Akademicki Pod Prąd

RAPP is a student organization, based in five Polish cities:Warsaw, Łódź, Poznań,Krakow and Gdańsk. We desire to help others and ourselves in personal development. We encourage everyone to think and grow in their spiritual understanding of life and the world. We are Christians of different denominations - like Catholic or Protestant. We want to live in intimacy with God and inspire others to seek intimacy with God as well.
RAPP is a division of Ruch Chrześcijański MT28, which is Polish chapter of CRU.

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