The truth is that everyone has a worldview. The tragedy is that many people think and live by their worldview and do not take the time to analyze what it is or even whether it is true. The truth is that a worldview is like colored glasses; it colors everything at which we look. It is a grid through which one views all of life. As such it helps form our thoughts, values, and decisions. The tragedy is that most people do not even know what their worldview is, how they got it, and how important it is in their lives. Making Sense of Your World was not only one of the first on this subject (in its first edition), but it is one of the best. It comes from experts in the field who have decades of experience in teaching worldviews on the college level... --Norman Geisler
From the Publisher
We are happy to present this book as an excellent resource for Christian and Bible colleges. This book not only gives information, it also, and more importantly, helps students to find their raison d'tre firmly grounded in orthodoxy.
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