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Wolters begins by defining the nature and scope of a worldview and pointing out the considerable variety of worldviews that have been propounded within the Christian community. He then goes on to outline a Reformed analysis of three fundamental turning points in human history.
In this brief and straightforward examination of Christians' basic beliefs, Albert M. Wolters spells out the structure of a reformational worldview and its significance for those who seek to follow the Scriptures. Wolters begins by defining the nature and scope of a worldview, distinguishing it from philosophy or theology, and noting that the Christian community has advanced a variety of worldviews. He then outlines a Reformed analysis of the three fundamental turning points in human history - Creation, the Fall, and Redemption - concluding that while the Fall might reach into every corner of the world, Christians are called to participate in Christ's redemption of all creation.
Albert M. Wolters (Ph.D., Free University of Amsterdam) is professor of religion and theology and of classical languages at Redeemer University College, Ancaster, Ontario. He is the author of Creation Regained: Biblicasl Basics for a Reformational Worldview and Zechariah HCOT (Historical Commentary on the Old Testament).