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In this non-fiction, 44-page, creative extended essay, I revisit my worldview essay from HONS105-106 Western Heritage, specifically focusing on my belief in a loving God. I trace my path to this belief, beginning with my freshmen year of college when I first started to question its legitimacy. Though teetering on the edge of agnosticism, I eventually learned how a belief in a loving God need not be a blind one. I came to understand what it means to have a relationship with God. This project reconstructs the reasoning that verified to me that a faith in God does not have to be ignorant and recounts some of the experiences that led me to have faith in a loving God. What follows is the story of my journey thus far to finding God's love.
Shultz, Jacina, "Jacina's Worldview 2.0: Revisiting, Refinding, and Refining Faith in the University Years" (2014). Honors Theses. 86.