Eddie and Sue Arthur

Christian Worldview

To confess that Jesus is Lord is to say that Jesus, together with the Father and Spirit, has created all things; he sustains and upholds all things, he rules history and guides it to its goal, he restores and renews all things, and at the end he will judge all things. If we confess only “Jesus is my personal Saviour” and neglect “Jesus is Creator, Ruler, Redeemer and Judge,” then we have an emaciated worldview. A biblical worldview is about getting right who Jesus is.

From Living at the Crossroads: An Introduction to Christian Worldview (p. 32) by Michael Goheen and Craig Bartholomew.

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One Comment on “Christian Worldview

  1. Maybe, just maybe, we dare believe that the next period of (philosophical) history could be dubbed ‘the Christian Renaissance’.

    That’d be nice. Well, a feather in the ecclesiatical cap, anyway.

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