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What is a Christian Worldview?:

Graham A. Cole

Lexham Press

Everyone believes they see the world rightly. But with so many different viewpoints, it’s as though everyone were wearing different-colored glasses. How do you know which view is right? In What Is a Christian Worldview?, Graham A. Cole asks how Christians should see the world. Everyone has a worldview, a frame of reference through which we understand our experiences. A worldview must be coherent and able to be lived. So what does it look like to have a Christian worldview? And how should Christians live?

Everyone believes they see the world rightly. But with so many different viewpoints, it’s as though everyone were wearing different-colored glasses. How do you know which view is right? In What Is a Christian Worldview?, Graham A. Cole asks how Christians should see the world. Everyone has a worldview, a frame of reference through which we understand our experiences. A worldview must be coherent and able to be lived. So what does it look like to have a Christian worldview? And how should Christians live?

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Graham A. Cole

Graham A. Cole (ThD Australian College of Theology) is Dean and Professor of Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author of a few books, including He Who Gives Life: The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit (Crossway, 2007), The God Who Became Human: A Biblical Theology of Incarnation (IVP Academic, 2013), and Against the Darkness: The Doctrine of Angels, Satan, and Demons (Crossway, 2019).

Endorsements

This generation of Christians inhabit cultures that sometimes reject not only biblical revelation about reality but also the reality of reality itself. The Questions for Restless Minds series poses many of the toughest questions faced by young Christians to some of the world’s foremost Christian thinkers and leaders. Along the way, this series seeks to help the Christian next generation to learn how to think biblically when they face questions in years to come that perhaps no one yet sees coming.

Russell Moore, Editor in Chief, Christianity Today

We have written short books pitched at undergraduates who want arguments that are accessible and stimulating, but invariably courteous. The material is comprehensive enough that it has become an important resource for pastors and other campus leaders who devote their energies to work with students. Each essay ends with a brief annotated bibliography, intended for readers who want to probe a little further.

D. A. Carson, from the foreword