Compose an essay, 3-5 pages in length, in which you bring together the work done in this module’s exercises: Identify a problem in an organization, analyze that problem from a variety of perspectives, provide a solution to that problem, and then explain w
Identifying a problem.
For this exercise, find an organization that you would say has a problem, and name that problem.
Analyzing a problem.
For this exercise, consider the problem that you identified in Exercise 3.1. Why is it occurring, and (perhaps more importantly), why is it a “problem?” Try to analyze the problem from more than one axiological framework.
Solving a problem.
For this exercise, and based on your analysis of the problem in Exercise 3.2, provide a solution to the problem, drawing upon any of the axiological frameworks that we’ve discussed this session
Looking at this we see that humanism is not indifferent toward the Bible-but is at all out ward against it. The quotations are fully typical and representative of humanistic thinking toward any revelation from God. The only way Christians can combat their vicious and desperate influences of humanism and its war on the bibles, is by being so knowledgeable and conversant in the scriptures that can effectively wield the mighty sword of the Spirit. The essence of positive pride is confidence and contentment, a sense of gratitude and accomplishment in the productive use of your gift (Faw, 134-136). There is a need to have a Biblical perspective of the person and human experiences in order to correctly understand the insights contained in certain theories. The truths about human nature in scripture focus largely on our relationship with God and our need for salvation He alone can provide (Faw, 137). A Christian who meditates upon the word of the lord and keeps in his heart will have no difficulty seeing the vast superiority of Christianity over humanism or any other vain philosophy. The bible has something real and stable. The Bible offers a perfect guide for day to day living: teaching the value of time (Eph. 5:15-16); honesty (Eph. 4:25,28); the putting away of every vice which is harmful to one’s self and others (Col. 3:5-9); benevolence and kindness in thought and deed (Col. 3:11-14). The Bible condemns all partiality and prejudice (Col. 3:11; Gal. 3:26-28; James 2:19). The Bible teaches moderation, patience, and peace (Phil. 4:4-8). Humanism stresses that this life is all there is – that our existence is extremely brief and ultimately hopeless. The Bible, on the other hand, teaches us that while the outward man perishes, the inward man is renewed day by day. God’s word offers us eternal life and provides the motivation to live an honourable, godly life that we might live eternally with God. The Bible and humanistic philosophy are at war. The battle is bitter, but there is only one way that wickedness can prevail: If Christians fail to study and practice the teaching of God’s word. There is a major difference between the belief system of the messengers of God and those who reject the word of God. Others find their beliefs humanistically upon their evidences form senses, logic, philosophy and observation. Instead of founding their human study upon the word of God, they sought to test the Word of God by their human study. Paul warned: “As you have therefore received Christ Jesus the lord, so walk in Him, rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith…. Beware lest anyone cheat you through philosophy and empty deceit, according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ”(Colossians 2:6-9).>GET ANSWER