Developing a Biblical Worldview

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DEVELOPING A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW

INSTITUTE OF BIBLICAL APOLOGETICS
Teaching Doctrine, Training Champions
Dr. Andrew Knight
dr.atknight@gmail.com

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DESCRIPTION

In this course we will discuss the broad topic of developing a biblical worldview. The questions will be answered, what is truth, and what is real?  The theistic perspective will demand a right view of God, man, and the World. A brief description of what it means to be human.  The big question of the World’s problems and the solution will be briefly mentioned. The highest priority for one with a Christian worldview and explanation will be offered.

RATIONALE

In this course we will discuss the broad topic of developing a biblical worldview. The questions will be answered, what is truth, and what is real?  The theistic perspective will demand a right view of God, man, and the World. A brief description of what it means to be human.  The big question of the World’s problems and the solution will be briefly mentioned. The highest priority for one with a Christian worldview and explanation will be offered.

  • Discuss a working definition of a biblical worldview.
  • Offer explanations for what is truth, real, and what it means to be human.
  • A brief, macro explanation of what is wrong with the World and solution.
  • Discuss the greatest knowledge and accomplishment in the World.

REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS:

OUTCOMES

  1. Adopt and develop one’s own biblical worldview
  2. Grow in ones understanding of truth and what is real
  3. Understand the spiritual conundrum Christians life in this world
  4. Learn how to adapt your worldview to kingdom priorities

COURSE PROCEDURES:

  • Video/Audio Lessons: In each module, students will find video lessons covering an overview of Does God Exist? And apologetics reasons to believe in God and answers to share with the unbelieving World. Note that the material in these videos is available separate audio and PowerPoint files for ease of review.
  • Textbook Readings: In each module, the student will be assigned reading from the textbook, Transformational Truth, Vol. 2. Complete at least fifty pages of reading from Transformational Truth, to include the assigned reading. The reading, along with the audio lessons, provide the primary material with which the student should be familiar.
  • Final Quiz: The course will conclude with a final quiz consisting of true/false and multiple-choice questions covering the content of the assigned reading and the video lectures. This quiz can be retaken as many times as the student wishes. Students are encouraged to treat the quiz as learning activity rather than simply a final exam and to take it as often as necessary to develop a familiarity with the class content.

Dr.atknight@gmail.com * www.AndrewKnight.org *  877-411-5300
P.O. Box 87 – New Smyrna Beach, FL 32170

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