A God Centered Worldview (Study Guide) (#06 in Gospel Project For Students Series)
This short term study explores the importance of developing a God-centered worldview for the Christian life. To that end, it highlights some of the essential components associated with the biblical worldview, as well as addresses how this worldview answers key...
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This short term study explores the importance of developing a God-centered worldview for the Christian life. To that end, it highlights some of the essential components associated with the biblical worldview, as well as addresses how this worldview answers key questions and topics that are relevant to our surrounding culture.
13 Chapters Three devotionals per chapter Group discussion questions
Matt Chandler is lead pastor of The Village Church in Dallas, Texas
Marty Duren is social media strategist at LifeWay in Nashville, Tennessee
Christian George is professor of religious education at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma
J. D. Greear is lead pastor of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
Adam Harwood is professor of theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisiana
Michael Kelley is director of discipleship at LifeWay in Nashville, Tennessee
Philip Nation is adult publishing director at LifeWay and teaching pastor of The Fellowship in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
Mary Jo Sharp is professor of apologetics at Houston Baptist University in Texas
Trevin Wax is managing editor of The Gospel Project at LifeWay in Nashville, Tennessee
Keith Whitfield is professor of theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest
Jarvis Williams is professor at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky
Afshin Ziafat is lead pastor of Providence Church in Frisco, Texas.
Michael Kelley is director of Discipleship at LifeWay Christian Resources. His previous written works include "Holy Vocabulary", "The Tough Sayings of Jesus", and "Wednesdays Were Pretty Normal".<BR>
TREVIN WAX is the editor of TGM - Theology, Gospel, Mission, a gospel-centered small group curriculum developed by LifeWay Christian Resources. He blogs at www.trevinwax.com and is also the author of "Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of Rivals". He has served in pastoral roles in churches in the United States and in Romania. His wife is Corina and they have two children.
Christian George is a writer and preacher who enjoys art, travelling, and football. He and his wife, Rebecca, live in Birmingham, Alabama, USA, studying at Beeson Divinity School.
J.D. Greear, PhD, is an author and the lead pastor at the Summit Church in North Carolina, one of the top 20 fastest growing churches in America. His books include Breaking the Islam Code (Harvest House) and GOSPEL: Recovering the Power that Made Christianity Revolutionary (B&H).
A former atheist who came to faith, Mary Jo has experienced two worlds of American culture: the post-Christian culture of the Pacific Northwest and the evangelical culture of the Bible Belt. She first encountered apologetics in her own spiritual search while seeking answers. Mary Jo is now an assistant professor of apologetics at Houston Baptist University and the founder and director of Confident Christianity Apologetics Ministry. She has been featured in Christianity Today's cover story "The Unexpected Defenders," and is an international speaker on apologetics, focusing on love and logic to uncover truth. She lives with her husband and family in Portland, Oregon. Connect with Mary Jo at confidentchristianity.com
Matt Chandler is the lead pastor of The Village Church, a multi-campus church in the Dallas metroplex of over 10,000 people. His sermons are among the topselling (free) podcasts on itunes and he speaks at conferences worldwide. Prior to accepting the pastorate at The Village, Matt had a vibrant itinerant ministry for over ten years where he spoke to hundreds of thousands of people in America and abroad about the glory of God and beauty of Jesus. He lives in Texas with his wife, Lauren, and their three children: Audrey, Reid and Norah.
Dr. Jarvis J. Williams is associate professor of New Testament Interpretation at Southern Seminary. Prior to coming to Southern, he served as an assistant professor of New Testament and Greek from 2008-2012 and as an associate professor of New Testament and Greek from 2012-2013 at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Ky.
He has authored a number of books including Maccabean Martyr Traditions in Paul's Theology of Atonement: Did Martyr Theology Shape Paul's Conception of Jesus's Death? and One New Man: The Cross and Racial Reconciliation in Pauline Theology. he has also written Sunday School material for The Gospel Project. Dr. Williams has also served as an interim pastor of churches in Kentucky, and he preaches often in churches and at conferences throughout the country.
Philip Nation is director of Ministry Development with LifeWay Research. He co-edited "The Mission of God Study Bible" and co-authored "Compelled by Love" with Ed Stetzer.ý