|Author:||Charles W. Colson|
|Title:||The Problem of Evil (Developing a Christian Worldview)|
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|Publisher:||Tyndale House Publishers (October 4, 2001)|
Each of these three books ("Developing a Christian Worldview of Science and Evolution, Developing a Christian Worldview of the Problem of Evil," and "Developing a Christian Worldview of the Christian in Today's Culture") is drawn from Colson's highly successful "How Now Shall We Live?" . Really more of a worldview primer and analysis, than a book about the logical or probabilistic problem of evil and the existence of a good God. It examines the various answers to the problem of evil in human nature. But a good read, nonetheless. BreakPoint is currently aired weekdays to more than 1,300 outlets nationwide that reach and estimated 2 million listeners.
Today Colson is focused full time on developing other Christian leaders who can influence the culture and their communities through their faith. In addition to a vast library of worldview materials, the Colson Center provides online courses and serves as a catalyst for a growing movement of Christian organizations dedicated to impacting the culture
She co-authored Now Shall We Live? (with Harold Fickett and Chuck Colson), which was a 2000 ECPA Gold Medallion Award winner. Her latest book is Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality. Pearcey has been heralded as "America's pre-eminent evangelical Protestant female intellectual" in The Economist). The Problem of Evil (Developing a Christian Worldview) Oct 04, 2001. by Charles W. Colson, Nancy Pearcey.
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Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview This section also contains a refutation of the problem of evil. Reflections on Suffering and Evil. Skeptical Christian: The Problem of Evil. org - Suffering - The Problem of Evil. The Logical Problem of Evil. Alibris has The Christian in Today's Culture and other books by. also as we live out our Christian lives.
The Problem of Evil (Developing a Christian Worldview). ISBN 9780842355841 (978-0-8423-5584-1) Softcover, Tyndale House Publishers, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'The Problem of Evil (Developing a Christian Worldview)'. Science and Evolution: Developing a Christian Worldview of Science and Evolution. Science and Evolution: Developing a Christian Worldview of Science and Evolution: ISBN 9780842355834 (978-0-8423-5583-4) Softcover, Tyndale House Publishers, 2001.
A Christian worldview has the stamp of reason and reality and can stand the test of history and experience. A Christian view of the world cannot be infringed upon, accepted or rejected piecemeal, but stands or falls on its integrity. Such a holistic approach offers a stability of thought, a unity of comprehensive insight that bears not only on the religious sphere but also on the whole of thought. Developing a Christian worldview is an ever-advancing process for us, a process in which Christian convictions more and more shape our participation in culture. This disciplined, vigorous, and unending process will help shape how we assess culture and our place in it. Otherwise, culture will shape us and our thinking. Thus a Christian worldview offers a new way of thinking, seeing, and doing, based on a new way of being.