The Difference A Biblical Worldview Makes

I've been doing a lot of writing lately, but almost all of it has been at the Colson Center web site rather than here on my own blog. However, my cute wife just chewed me out big time, pointing out that just because I wrote elsewhere doesn't mean I can't link to it - and she's right!

At Harvest Church right now I'm teaching through a series of messages explaining what a Biblical worldview is, and how it affects everyday life. I've also been writing articles on the same subject. In fact I've just finished a series of 8 short articles that describe how to live Biblically in 8 major areas of life:

1. Relationships - Community In A Box

2. Money /Possessions - Materializing The Kingdom

3. Education - Justification For Higher Education

4. Politics & Government - Hollow Power

5. Religion / Spirituality - My Way Or The Higher Way

6. Culture & Entertainment - A Truly Special Effect

7. Environment / Creation Care - Global Caring

8. Science & Technology - Supervised And Personal


Amy Guerino said...

You neglected to put up the Ancient Paths Study you put together based on the John Wesley quote: “Whether it be higher or lower, a prosperous or afflicted state: be content that Christ should both choose your work, and choose your condition; that he should have the command of you, and the disposal of you: make me what you will, Lord, and set me where you will…I put myself wholly into your hands: put me to what you will, rank me with whom you will; put me to doing, put me to suffering, let me be employed for you, or laid aside for you, exalted for you, or trodden under foot for you; let me be full, let me be empty, let me have all things, let me have nothing, I freely and heartily resign all to your pleasure and disposal.”

Go here to see that one: The Prostrate Life

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