Thinking Like a Christian: Understanding and Living a Biblical Worldview (Worldviews in Focus Series) Print
Title:      Thinking Like a Christian: Understanding and Living a Biblical Worldview (Worldviews in Focus Series)
BookID:      111
Authors:      David Noebel, Chuck Edwards
ISBN-10(13):      9780805438963
Publisher:      Broadman & Holman Pub
Edition:      Student
Number of pages:      176
Language:      English
Price:      10.05   USD
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Product Description
Surveys reveal that a majority of Christian young people walk away from Christ after four years of a university education. Why? Because they are no prepared to defend their faith in a world that, in most cases, presents ideas contrary to their biblical beliefs. This 12-week curriculum, interactive study takes students on a journey into the world of ideas that are shaping our culture while teaching them biblical responses. Created for use in homeschools, Christian schools, Sunday school, youth groups and colleges, this one-of-a-kind study lays the groundwork in the 10 disciplines: Theology, Philosophy, Biology, Psychology, Ethics, Sociology, Law, Politics, Economics, and History.

The Student Journal encourages students to spend time daily interacting with the ideas gleaned from each teaching session.


Product Description
Surveys reveal that a majority of Christian young people walk away from Christ after four years of a university education. Why? Because they are no prepared to defend their faith in a world that, in most cases, presents ideas contrary to their biblical beliefs. This 12-week curriculum, interactive study takes students on a journey into the world of ideas that are shaping our culture while teaching them biblical responses. Created for use in homeschools, Christian schools, Sunday school, youth groups and colleges, this one-of-a-kind study lays the groundwork in the 10 disciplines: Theology, Philosophy, Biology, Psychology, Ethics, Sociology, Law, Politics, Economics, and History.

The Student Journal encourages students to spend time daily interacting with the ideas gleaned from each teaching session.