Teaching a Biblical Worldview

Teaching a Biblical Worldview

It's important to prioritize teaching a worldview.

Speaking recently at Family Research Council’s Pray Vote Stand event, researcher George Barna attributed our societal problems to a transition from a biblical worldview to alternative philosophies. Christian post reports that Barna contends parents err in prioritizing “academic achievement, emotional happiness, and good health” over “worldview development” and wanting their children to be a “good person as opposed to being a disciple of Christ.

It’s not wrong to want children to do well in school, be emotionally and physically healthy or be a good person. But without a biblical worldview, children will ultimately struggle in every area because such a worldview grounds them and prepares them for discerning true from false, good from evil, and right from wrong. This calls for intentional, purposeful parenting.

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