A series of thoughtful essays are forthcoming via Christ on Campus Initiative. The essays are (1) by evangelical scholars, (2) geared for campus evangelism, and (3) edited by D. A. Carson.
Christ on Campus Initiative (CCI), a non-profit organization generously supported by the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding (a ministry of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) and the MAC Foundation. CCI exists to prepare and circulate materials for college and university students, addressing an array of fundamental issues from a Christian perspective. Readers and organizations may circulate these essays without charge.
Here’s the article’s outline:
- Questioning the Question
- A Touchstone Proposition
- Pascal’s Pensée No. 12
- The Book That Understands Me
- Describing: Is It Enough?
- Has Christianity A Worldview?
- Assessing Frames of Reference or Worldviews
- An Invitation
- P.S.: Understanding the Book That Understands Me
- Annotated Bibliography
The answer to the title’s question is a qualified Yes and No. Christianity is not technically a worldview, but the Bible’s storyline establishes a worldview.
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