Building a Christian Worldview The Areopagus Journal Volume 1, Number 2



David Noebel of Summit Ministries describes worldview as referring “to any ideology, theology, movement, or religion that provides an overarching approach to understanding God, the world, and man’s relations to God and the world.” Recognizing that many Christians have failed to develop a sound understanding of the world, this issue of Areopagus Journal provides a number of articles that aim to promote a consistent biblical view of the world in which we live. The articles deal with a number of topics including those addressing the nature of the church, the essence of a worldview, the idea of covenantal society, and the nature of human rights.

Veritas: Building a Christian Worldview by Craig Branch

The Living Church by Ervin S. Duggan

The Christian Worldview in Focus by Steven B. Cowan

Biblical Society: A Covenantal Society by Dale R. Bowne and John D. Currid

Do We Have the Right to Be Treated Graciously? by Paul A. Cleveland

Book Reviews
Faith at State: A Handbook for Christians at Secular Universities by Rick Kennedy. InterVarsity Press, 1995; 168 pages.
Ministering in the Secular University: A Guide for Chrisitan Professors and Staff by Joseph McRae Mellichamp. Lewis and Stanley, 1997; 149 pages.
The Wedge of Truth: Splitting the Foundations of Naturalism by Phillip E. Johnson. InterVarsity, 2000; 192 pages.
The Trivialization of God by Donald W. McCullough. Navpress, 1995; 172 pages.

Short Book Notes
Why the Cross Can Do What Politics Can’t by Erwin W. Lutzer. Harvest House, 1999; 191 pages.
Jesus’ Resurrection: Fact or Figment: A Debate between William Lane Craig and Gerd Ludemann Edited by Paul Copan and Ronald K. Tacelli. InterVarsity, 2000; 206 pages.
Too Christian, Too Pagan: How to Love the World without Falling for It by Dick Staub. Zondervan, 2000; 206 pages.

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