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.
EICC Fellow and Runner Academy faculty member Willem Ouweneel explains the concept of sphere sovereignty.
A consistently Christian worldview has almost vanished from culture and church in our time. Joe Boot demonstrates the importance of recovering a view of all things that centres on recognizing Christ as the religious foundation of all knowledge.
The Two Kingdoms that Weren't
Rev. Douglas Wilson discusses the doctrine of the Two Kingdoms. This is a controversy that carries enormous practical significance. How should we live in a world that refuses to acknowledge the kingship of Jesus?
Jesus is King of the Nations
Rev. Douglas Wilson discusses our contemporary "empires of dirt" - the self-destructing strategy of secularism - and the way forward as Christian leaders in calling our nation back to Jesus Christ.
The Apologetic Mandate
We live in a difficult time to live as faithful Christians. The unbelieving world urgently needs the message of the gospel, whatever the cost may be.