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Monday, October 2, 2017

An Introduction to Christian Worldview: Pursuing God's Perspective in a Pluralistic World

In 2017, IVP Academic published An Introduction to Christian Worldview: Pursuing God's Perspective in a Pluralistic World by Tawa J. Anderson, W. Michael Clark, David K. Naugle. Tawa J. Anderson is assistant professor of philosophy and director of the honor program at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma. W. Michael Clark is a law clerk at the Arizona Court of Appeals. He previously taught at Oklahoma Baptist University for three years before entering law school. David K. Naugle is chair and professor of philosophy at Dallas Baptist University, where he has worked for over two decades.

From the publisher's description of An Introduction to Christian Worldview: 
Everyone has a worldview. A worldview is the lens through which we interpret the cosmos and our lives in it. A worldview answers the big questions of life: What is our nature? What is our world? What is our problem? What is our End? As Anderson, Clark, and Naugle point out, our worldview cannot simply be reduced to a series of rational beliefs. We are creatures of story, and the kinds of stories we tell reveal important things about our worldview. Part of being a thoughtful Christian means being able to understand and express the Christian worldview as well as developing an awareness of the variety of worldviews. An Introduction to Christian Worldview takes you further into answering questions such as Why do worldviews matter? What characterizes a Christian worldview? How can we analyze and describe a worldview? What are the most common secular and religious worldviews? Well organized, clearly written, and featuring aids for learning, An Introduction to Christian Worldview is the essential text for either the classroom or for self-study.

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