Here are my recommendations for resources for learning about worldviews and the way they affect how you interpret the world.....
Click on the title links to find the great resources listed below
(and then check out my growing MASTER LIST OF APOLOGETIC RESOURCES)....
*Resources for researching:
CULTS, WORLD RELIGIONS & FALSE TEACHERS
*Geisler, Norm. "How Many Worldviews Are There?" (2 minutes). The "One Minute Apologist" interviews Norm Geisler who briefly explains what the seven different worldviews are.
*Smith, Warren. "Christian Worldview?"
*Schaeffer, Francis A. Escape From Reason. (96 pages) Highly recommended. A modern classic.
*Kreeft, Peter. The Journey: A Spiritual Roadmap for Modern Pilgrims. (128 pages) An easy read. Highly recommended.
*"Worldview Basics: A Comparison of Major Worldviews" (50 minutes: 5 sessions of 10 minutes each) FREE!
*Nash, Ronald. "Essentials of Worldview Analysis." (2 hours 15 minutes) FREE!
*Nash, Ronald. "Essentials of Philosophy and Christian Thought." (2 hours 55 minutes) FREE! Dr. Nash is witty, brilliant and easy to understand. I highly recommend his courses and books.
*Grier, James M. "Christian Worldview." (nearly 18 hours) FREE! (or for credit)
**Groothuis, Douglas. "Lectures 6 to 10" from Groothuis' 44-lecture course on apologetics.
*Pearcey, Nancy. Total Truth. An absolute must read.
*Sire, James. The Universe Next Door: A Basic Worldview Catalog. A modern classic.
*Geisler, Norm. False Gods of Our Time.
*Colson, Chuck. How Now Shall We Live?
*Beyond the Bounds: Open Theism and the Undermining of Biblical Christianity by John Piper, Justin Taylor: FREE!
*Sire, James. Naming the Elephant: Worldview as a Concept.
*Nash, Ronald. "Advanced Worldview Analysis." (11 hours 5 minutes) FREE!
*Nash, Ronald. "History of Philosophy and Christian Thought." (19 hours 15 minutes) FREE! Dr. Nash is witty, brilliant and easy to understand. I highly recommend his courses and books.
*Check out these resources from bethinking or The John Ankerberg Show.