Tag Archive: Worldviews

Mar 15

Dan Phillips – Competing Wisdoms

The Bible is a very binary book. It does not wallow in greys and pastels, but sets out the grand issues in bold black-and-white terms that demand of us a commitment, a response, leaving us no place for dithering. Jesus famously said, “Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather …

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Oct 24

Avery Foley and Ken Ham – Atheism: Hopeless, Meaningless, Purposeless

In our secular Western culture, the religion of atheism is on the rise, especially among the millennial generation. Young people are increasingly abandoning the religion they grew up with and turning to life without God. But all they’ve done is replace one religion with another one — the religion of atheism. The Religion of Atheism …

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Sep 30

Jason Lisle – Atheism: An Irrational Worldview

Atheists are “coming out of the closet” and becoming more vocal about their message that “there is no God.” Professor Richard Dawkins (Britain’s leading atheist) is encouraging those who share his views to express their opinion. Author of The God Delusion, Dawkins says he wants to “free children from being indoctrinated with the religion of …

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May 24

Dave Jenkins – Engaging Worldviews

This is part one in a three part series looking at what it means to engage worldviews, Paul’s use and methods in Apologetics, and the use of Apologetics in preaching and teaching the Gospel. In this first post we will examine engaging worldviews. In Acts 17:17-21 Paul engages the worldview of the Epicureans and Stoic …

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Sep 24

Dr. D. A. Carson – The Worldview Clash

In this article, Dr. D. A. Carson argues that in our evangelism we need to confront people with the ‘big story’ of the Bible. From an article originally published in Southern Cross Quarterly. Don’t worry me with questions of culture, or the receptivity of hearers, fraormeworks, or worldviews, just let me get on and preach …

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