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Do Fish Know They're Wet?

Tom Neven

Do Fish Know They're Wet?

Tom Neven

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Just as fish in the ocean don't know they're wet, Christians usually don't realize they're being influenced by the postmodern worldview that dominates today's culture. Tom Neven, a journalist and book editor for "Focus on the Family, helps students and young adults realize that everyone has a worldview and shows them how to compare the Christian worldview to prevalent modern and postmodern philosophies and arguments. He then applies the Christian worldview to crucial life issues such as politics, sexuality, art, music, and science, encouraging readers to apply the truth to all of life. Neven challenges readers with his logical and practical approach while appealing to them with his conversational, no-nonsense style. An important book to help students and young adults live as more effective witnesses in a postmodern culture.

- Publisher Guides Christians toward developing a worldview by defining the term, explaining how worldviews impact every day life, and detailing how to live out a Christian worldview in a secular world.

- Publisher Fish don't really know they're wet.But what about you? Have you ever thought that you might be immersed in an environment and not know it? Like fish are unaware of being in water, many Christians are just as unaware of the postmodern world they live in and the influence it has on their lives.Do Fish Know They're Wet? challenges students and young adults to compare a Christian worldview with other competing opinions of our culture. Inside, you'll learn- how and why various philosophies and subtle distortions of the truth affect arguments and lifestyle choices- what it really means to have a Christian worldview- how to apply your worldview in everything you see and do"Your worldview matters," Neven says, "because it affects the way you live, share the gospel, and become a good citizen, parent, or friend." From politics to relationships, from science to movies, from music to art, your worldview defines who you are and what you believe. Only when you step back and take a good look at the whole picture can you prepare to face the world as a Christian who knows what to believe-and what a difference it makes in the world.

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About "Do Fish Know They're Wet?"

Just as fish in the ocean don't know they're wet, Christians usually don't realize they're being influenced by the postmodern worldview that dominates today's culture. Tom Neven, a journalist and book editor for "Focus on the Family, helps students and young adults realize that everyone has a worldview and shows them how to compare the Christian worldview to prevalent modern and postmodern philosophies and arguments. He then applies the Christian worldview to crucial life issues such as politics, sexuality, art, music, and science, encouraging readers to apply the truth to all of life. Neven challenges readers with his logical and practical approach while appealing to them with his conversational, no-nonsense style. An important book to help students and young adults live as more effective witnesses in a postmodern culture.
- Publisher

Guides Christians toward developing a worldview by defining the term, explaining how worldviews impact every day life, and detailing how to live out a Christian worldview in a secular world.
- Publisher

Fish don't really know they're wet.But what about you? Have you ever thought that you might be immersed in an environment and not know it? Like fish are unaware of being in water, many Christians are just as unaware of the postmodern world they live in and the influence it has on their lives.Do Fish Know They're Wet? challenges students and young adults to compare a Christian worldview with other competing opinions of our culture. Inside, you'll learn- how and why various philosophies and subtle distortions of the truth affect arguments and lifestyle choices- what it really means to have a Christian worldview- how to apply your worldview in everything you see and do"Your worldview matters," Neven says, "because it affects the way you live, share the gospel, and become a good citizen, parent, or friend." From politics to relationships, from science to movies, from music to art, your worldview defines who you are and what you believe. Only when you step back and take a good look at the whole picture can you prepare to face the world as a Christian who knows what to believe-and what a difference it makes in the world.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Tom Neven

Tom Neven is an editor of Focus on the Family magazine. He has written for publications such as the Washington Post and is a contributing columnist to the Denver Post, writing on current topics from a Christian perspective. He writes and lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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  • Catalogue Code 221660
  • Product Code 0801065186
  • EAN 9780801065187
  • Pages 176
  • Department Children / Young Adults
  • Category Youth
  • Sub-Category Christ.liv/issues
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Mar 2005
  • Dimensions 216 x 140 x 11 mm
  • Weight 0.254kg

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