Developing a Biblical Worldview
Developing a Biblical Worldview equips readers to think biblically about the world in which we live. Four questions that everyone asks, at least implicitly, about life and reality are used as a rubric for analyzing worldviews: Who are we?...
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Developing a Biblical Worldview equips readers to think biblically about the world in which we live. Four questions that everyone asks, at least implicitly, about life and reality are used as a rubric for analyzing worldviews: Who are we? Where are we? What is wrong? What is the answer? Professor C. Fred Smith answers these questions from a biblical perspective, enabling readers to discern how they have been influenced by false worldviews and where they need to grow in their biblical understanding.
As readers consider what it means to be human beings made in the image of God, to live in the world God created, to experience sin and its consequences, and to believe in the gospel of Jesus Christ, they will be encouraged to immerse themselves intentionally in the totality of Scripture and see the world God's way.
A product of the Florida public school system, Fred Smith is a multimedia storyteller who believes that the readers of today are the leaders of tomorrow. His work aims to show young adults a glimpse of themselves in a way that relates to the rest of the world and inspires the youth of today to fall in love with the joy of reading. Visit theonlyfredsmith.com to learn more about his books, plays and films. A
- <div><i>developing A Biblical Worldview</i> Equips Readers To Think Biblically About The World In Which We Live. Four Questions That Everyone Asks, At Least Implicitly, About Life And Reality Are Used As A Rubric For Analyzing Worldviews: Who Are We? Where Are We? What Is Wrong? What Is The Answer? Professor C. Fred Smith Answers These Questions From A Biblical Perspective, Enabling Readers To Discern How They Have Been Influenced By False Worldviews And Where They Need To Grow In Their Biblical Understanding.<br> <br> As Readers Consider What It Means To Be Human Beings Made In The Image Of God, To Live In The World God Created, To Experience Sin And Its Consequences, And To Believe In The Gospel Of Jesus Christ, They Will Be Encouraged To Immerse Themselves Intentionally In The Totality Of Scripture And See The World God's Way.</div>