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Exercising Our Worldview: Brief Essays on Issues from Technology to Art from One Christian's Perspective "make no claim to doctrinal purity, absolute truth, inerrancy, infallibility, or orthodoxy. They represent rather a humble attempt to wrestle with some of the problems faced by Christians as they try to live in faithfulness to the Word of God."
Shaping a Christian Worldview presents essays that address key issues facing the future of Christian higher education. This book addresses the critical issues for Christian institutions of various traditions as a new century begins to leave its indelible mark on education.
Presenting a clear, compelling case for unity, the authors of Christian Contours guide the reader through developing, internalizing, and articulating a biblical worldview. Enables the Christian to be a critically-thinking participant in culture and to be a faithful disciple of Christ with both heart and mind.
This volume locates the origin of worldview in writings of Immanuel Kant and surveys rapid proliferation of its use throughout the English-speaking world. Naugle provides the first study undertaken of insights of major Western philosophers on worldview and offers an examination of the role it has played in natural and social sciences. Naugle gives biblical and theological grounding, exploring unique ways worldview has been used in Evangelical, Orthodox, and Catholic traditions.
This book draws on the insights of a wide range of Christian philosophers, historians, scientists, and theologians, but communicates key concepts in straightforward language and analogies that will connect with today's college students. Brief enough to be paired with other first-year texts; it is an ideal introduction to the Christian college experience for students, faculty, and staff.
The Universe Next Door set the standard for a readable introduction to worldviews. James Sire offers student-friendly features to his easily understood introductions to theism, deism, naturalism, Marxism, nihilism, existentialism, Eastern monism, New Age philosophy and postmodernism. The Universe Next Door offers a resource for understanding the variety of worldviews that compete with Christianity for the allegiance of minds and hearts.
The authors show how to detect individualism, consumerism, nationalism, moral relativism, scientific naturalism, New Age thinking, postmodern tribalism and salvation as therapy that fly under our radar. Building on worldview thinkers like James Sire, this book helps those committed to the gospel story recognize rival cultural stories that compete for our hearts and minds.