Liberty Apol 104 – Critical Thinking Paper

Apol 104 Critical Thinking Paper InstructionsRequirements: Select 1 of the following worldviews (Secular Humanism, Hinduism, Buddhism, or Islam) that have been considered in the course content. Cover page –APA: For this course, a Summary or Abstract is not required. MLA: This format does not require a title page, but does have a specific format for student information. Content pages – These pages will contain your content and fulfill the requirements as listed below. (500–1,000 words). Do NOT include the question as part of your word count Use only your answers. Direct quotations must be short and limited. Quotations and material used from other sources must be cited using current APA, MLA or Turabian. You must include in-text citations and a Bibliography/Reference or Works Cited page. Bibliography/References/Works Cited pageA minimum of 3 different sources is required. Use academic sources for your paper. (For example, do not include blogs, social media, opinion pages, or Wikipedia. )At least 2 of the sources must be outside of the materials used in this course (this would include the Bible, any required reading or videos, and the required textbooks). Use correct APA, MLA, or Turabian style. Content: Instructions: Fulfill all of the requirements as listed above. Identify the worldview that you have selected on your Title page (APA, MLA, or Turabian). Using course content and additional sources outside of the course, complete the following. Compare: To speak of or represent as similar, to liken. Contrast: To set in opposition … in order to show strikingly their different qualities or characteristics, and compare their superiorities or defects. In your paper, you must follow the outline and answer the questions below. How would the worldview that you selected answer these 5 worldview questions: 1. The Question of Origin – (How did life begin? How did mankind come into existence?)How would your selected worldview answer this question?2. The Question of Identity – (What does it mean to be human? Are humans more important than animals?)How would your selected worldview answer this question?3. The Question of Meaning/Purpose – (Why does mankind exist? Why do I exist?)How would your selected worldview answer this question?4. The Question of Morality – (What is meant by right and wrong? How should I live?)How would your selected worldview answer this question?5. The Question of Destiny – (Is there life after death? What will happen to me when I die?)How would your selected worldview answer this question?