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The Transforming Vision: Shaping a Christian World View

by Brian J. Walsh, J. Richard Middleton (Author)

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Since I do a course on Building a Christian Worldview for 11th grade Omnibus I read this book. The authors come from a Dutch Reformed perspective. Some parts are not easy to read but it is well worth it. Also since it was written there are several newer worldview books that I would also recommend. ( )
  janimar | Apr 18, 2009 |
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Science, technology and economic growth motivate our society. Each is carried on with little regard for Christian concerns.

Brian Walsh and Richard Middleton yearn for change. They long to see Christianity penetrate the structures of society, reforming and remolding our culture. From scholarship in the universities to politics, business and family life, the Christian vision can transform our world.

To stimulate such change the authors analyze our troubled age, show us how it got that way and suggest a solution. Their clear presentation of a Christian world view forms the basis of their hope.

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