See how others view Christianity and Christians A worldview is the “big picture” view of the world, one that attempts to answer all the big questions of life: What is real? If there is a God, what is God’s nature? What is a human being? How can we know what is right or wrong?

Quickly compare a biblical, Christian worldview with several popular religious worldviews • Atheism – “There is no God.” • Pantheism – “God is all.” • Pan-En-Theism – “God is in all.” • Deism – “God is a distant creator.” • Finite God-ism – “There is a God, but He is limited.” • Polytheism – “There are many gods.” • Monotheism – “There is only one God.” • Biblical Christianity – “There is only one Triune God.”

Topics covered include • Is there are God? • What is real? • Where did “What’s Real” come from? • What is a human being? • Are humans basically good or evil? How bad is the flaw-if any? • Is it possible to know anything at all? • How do we know what is right and wrong? • What is truth? • What is evil? • Where do laws come from? • What happens to a person at death? • Can miracles happen? • What is the meaning of human history? • How do human beings get to know God, if possible?

Author Alex McFarland, M.A., is the president of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, NC.

Reproducible worksheets and handouts on the back include  1. Descriptions of Each Worldview 2. What is a Christian Worldview 3. Why is Your Worldview Important? 4. Answering Challenges to a Christian Worldview