|Title:||Christianity & Culture: A Christian Perspective on Worldview Development|
|Number of pages:||216|
Christianity & Culture: A Christian Perspective on Worldview Development is a historical, scriptural, and comprehensive examination of the dynamics in secular and Christian education in light of the current cultural philosophy. With transformative, stimulating and revolutionary principles, this book challenges Christians to integrate Judeo-Christian values in an atheistic and pluralistic society. If you have been inundated by humanistic, liberal and secular indoctrination, the redemptive solutions in this book will ensoul the tools necessary to produce a Christian worldview. It will impart a commanding sense of purpose, passion, and appreciation for the teaching profession. Christianity & Culture will enable you to ... • Deepen and broaden your understanding of the core presuppositions of the Christian faith • Effectively face the challenges presented by a hostile world • Take heed to your God-given mandate to influence this world for Christ • Build, stimulate and develop a biblical and theocentric worldview of education • Assume your responsibility as a steward of the mysteries of God • Discover the dynamics of an education that is Christian A practical teacher, minister, college professor, author, speaker, counselor and husband, is the president and founder of Higher Call Ministries International, a multi-faceted ministry with its headquarter in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. William Valmyr is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University (B.S., M.S. and ED.S.), Knox Theological Seminary (M.A.), and South Florida Theological Seminary (Ph.D.), and is a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) candidate at Oral Roberts University. He is a member of the Evangelical Training Association and a member of the American Counseling Association. He serves as Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Fort Lauderdale. His careful research and study over many years has resulted in this scholarly work on Religious Education, Spiritual Formation, Christianity and worldviews in higher education.