Worldviews of the West: Scholasticism and Romanticism
Andrew Sandlin traces the development of Scholasticism and Romanticism, two worldview movements that have contributed to the dominant contemporary worldviews of Western society.
What Can we Learn from Unbelievers?
Is it intellectually stifling to insist that knowledge and wisdom have to conform to God's revelation? How do we cultivate a godly intellectual humility? In the providence of God, unbelieving image-bearers can discover many true things about the world, but they have to assume Christian perspectives to properly account for them.
Syncretism, Natural Law and Pagan Wisdom
What does it mean to claim to be biblical, and what is the and grounds for wisdom? In a time where the root of authority is hotly debated, God's Word reminds us that reason is a tool, not a judge.
What's a Christian to do with Natural Law?
Jeff Ventrella and Andrew Sandlin discuss natural law theory and natural theology, highlighting what man is for, how we should live, and the proper role of reason in relation to the written Word of God. In every human activity, there is an assumed worldview, and therefore an assumed cosmology.
Our worldview has deep, far-reaching meaning for the things we do every day, for the kind of person we become, and the kind of world we create. An idolatrous worldview will lead to further idolatry, while submission to the Word of God as the source of the one true and faithful worldview will mean light and life and flourishing.