Developing a Biblical World View
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This continuing cycle of training is called "multiplying" because it multiplies the spiritual labour force.
Developing a Biblical worldview is basic to spiritual multiplication. Having a Biblical worldview means you see the world on the basis of what is revealed about it in the Bible. You do not look at the world as politicians, economists, or educators. You do not view the world in terms of your own culture. Instead, you view the world as God sees it. You begin to understand it from His perspective.
To "develop" means to acquire something or to expand knowledge in a certain area. This course will expand your knowledge of the world in which you live for the purpose of multiplying spiritual labourers. This course explains the "world view" revealed in the Bible, the written Word of God. It traces the subject from the book of Genesis through Revelation. It explains God's plan for the nations of the world from the beginning through the end of what we call "time." This course
presents the believer's responsibility to the nations by introducing the challenge to become a "World Christian."
These lessons discuss current global spiritual conditions, stressing the urgent need to spread the Gospel to unreached people groups of the world. The lessons also focus on the responsibility of the Church in the world and you will begin to see the world as God sees it.
But as faith without works is dead (James 2:26), a Biblical worldview without personal involvement is also not effective. This course will challenge you to become more than a mere spectator with a Biblical worldview. You will be motivated to become a participator who is an active part of what God is doing in the world today.
Missions Study Stream
Developing a Biblical World View is a subject from our study stream on Missions.
And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, All authority is given to Me in Heaven and in the earth. Therefore go and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things, whatever I commanded you. And, behold, I am with you all the days until the end of the world. Amen. (Mat 28:18-20)