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Total truth : liberating Christianity from its cultural captivity

Author: Nancy Pearcey
Publisher: Wheaton, Ill. : Crossway Books, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Discusses the divide between the secular and sacred in the lives of Christians, and offers practical advice on how to craft a biblically based worldview, looking at Darwinism as opposed to the concept of Intelligent Design, considering why evangelicals do not have a strong worldview tradition, and discussing the practical and personal applications of a Christian worldview.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Pearcey
ISBN: 1581344589 9781581344585
OCLC Number: 52980609
Notes: Dordt University notes:
EGR390
BIO122
Awards: Winner of Gold Medallion Book Awards (Christianity/Society) 2005
Commended for Christianity Today Book Award (Christianity & Culture) 2005
Description: 479 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
What's in a worldview? Breaking out of the grid --
Rediscovering joy --
Keeping religion in its place --
Surviving the spiritual wasteland --
Starting at the beginning. --
Darwin meets the Berenstain Bears --
The science of common sense --
Today biology, tomorrow the world --
Darwins of the mind --
How we lost our minds. What's so good about evangelicalism? --
When America met Christianity--guess who won? --
Evangelicals' two-story truth --
How women started the culture war --
What next? Living it out. True spirituality and Christian worldview --
Appendices. --
How American politics became secularized --
Modern Islam and the New Age Movement --
The long war between materialism and Christianity --
Isms on the run : practical apologetics at L'Abri.
Responsibility: Nancy R. Pearcey ; foreword by Phillip E. Johnson.
Local System Bib Number:
(Sirsi) u149001

Abstract:

Discusses the divide between the secular and sacred in the lives of Christians, and offers practical advice on how to craft a biblically based worldview, looking at Darwinism as opposed to the concept of Intelligent Design, considering why evangelicals do not have a strong worldview tradition, and discussing the practical and personal applications of a Christian worldview.
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