Tagged: Worldviews

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‘Finding Truth’ and unmasking God Substitutes

The mantra “Don’t Think, Just Believe” isn’t limited to the church, as critics often contend. So writes Nancy Pearcey as she unfolds how to critique any worldview in her latest book Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and other God Substitutes.

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Finding insight in Alister McGrath’s Mere Apologetics

Are the New Atheists correct when they insist there is no “proof” for God?” In Mere Apologetics: How to Help Seekers and Skeptics Find Faith, theologian and scientist Alister E. McGrath addresses this challenge as he lays out an A to Z pathway for becoming a skilled apologist for the Christian faith.

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Worldviews: What They Are and Why They Matter (Part 4)

In my previous articles I described what worldviews are and how they work, sketched out the Christian worldview, and discussed how to critique a worldview. Now I want to ask an important question: “So what?” Why does any of this matter? It matters because all worldviews come with practical and existential commitments.

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Worldviews: What They Are and Why They Matter
(Part 3)

So how do we get our worldview? Initially we inherit it, we are taught it by our parents, family, friends, teachers, television, etc. We acquire our worldview without consciously thinking about it. So long as it works well enough, we will see no reason to change it. This does not mean that worldviews can never change…

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Worldviews: What They Are and Why They Matter
(Part 1)

What exactly do we mean when we use the term worldview? To a degree that depends on who is speaking (just as what is understood depends on who is listening). Worldviews are like navels. We all have one, but we don’t often think about it. There is no shortage of talk or books these days about “worldviews”…