Social Decision-Making and the Question of God

The second article in my monthly Worldview and You at BreakPoint column has just been posted. My intent with this column is to provide basic teaching in (a) what worldview is all about, and (b) connecting worldview to current issues. This piece is titled God: The Central Question of Worldview. Here’s some of what I mean by that title.

At some risk of over-simplifying the opposing positions, it comes down to this: one side considers these things [what it means to be human, to be male and female, to be married…] to be ours to decide, the other side says no, these are matters that God has determined for us from the beginning.

(The first article I wrote in this column was Where Biblical Worldview Begins.)


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