"COMPELLING . . . EXCEPTIONAL . . . This is a rare long book that leaves one wanting to read more." -- --Publishers Weekly --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
"This book continues the Schaeffer-inspired project that Nancy Pearcey and Chuck Colson began in How Now Shall We Live?-awakening evangelical Christians to the need for a Christian 'worldview,' which Pearcey defines as 'a biblically informed perspective on all reality.' This is the rare long book that leaves one wanting to read more."
On one level, this book is a lucid, easy-to-understand manual for worldview thinking. But it also breaks new ground in worldview analysis."
"Pearcey is an outstanding writer with the ability not only to express deep thoughts in a very readable way, but one who also understands a biblically reformed world and life view. If you buy only one book this year, this would be at the top of the list."
—Equip For MinistryEquip For Ministry
"Pearcey helps readers see how many modern Christians unwittingly accept a sacred/secular split, which allows them to relegate faith to the private sphere of life. She then clearly puts forth a Scriptural picture of integrating all of life under the liberating Lordship of Christ and shows what that truth means for the areas of public policy, family life, science, business, law, education, and more."
—Covenant MagazineCovenant Magazine
Total Truth questions the modern American cultural attitude of keeping religion a private matter, claiming that Christianity's truth is best served by being brought into the public sphere to maximize its influence."
—Midwest Book Review
"Thoroughly researched, well-written and well-argued, Total Truth will prove to be a useful and easily accessible guidebook for many who seek to develop a comprehensive biblical worldview that affects not only beliefs but actions."
Essential reading in any Christian apologetics class...assuming you like "Intelligent Design."Published 2 days ago by Gary R. Coulter
I have always wondered why the church seemed out of balance in its focus on salvation and the call to make disciples, Chapter 9 and 10 explain this in a amazing way. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Lee Hoffman
I never read this book but if you were to ask me to comment on any section of this book I can. That's because I also have the audio version that I've listened to more than fifty... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Razan R
I have heard a lot of hype about this book before I read it, and now I see why. Pearcey helps us understand the dichotomy between fact and value.Published 1 month ago by P. Tanca
I read her 3 books in reverse order, and I'm glad I did. Like Schaeffer's trilogy, Nancy's trilogy has greatly influenced my Christian worldview. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Thoughtful and well documented book for a deeper understanding of our times and thinking. Thank you, Nancy for helping us.Published 1 month ago by Erik Jensen
This book has shifted my perception in so many areas. I highly recommend it to better understand how to address the culture we are living in.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer