Friday, February 14, 2014

A Fun Book on Worldviews

Many theology books are thick, plodding, and dull. The reason for this is not the topic, but rather the writing style. BORING!

What's Your Worldview? is not dull in any way. In fact, it is one of the most enjoyable theology books I've ever read. One of the reasons for this is that this book is written in the style of the Choose Your Own Adventure books. In What's Your Worldview?, author James Anderson asks multiple theology questions about topics such as truth, reason, knowledge, goodness, etc. Based on how the reader answers a question, he then turns to a specific page. This eventually leads to a particular worldview.

Worldview is an issue that many Christians are absolutely clueless about. If you don't know what your worldview is, then you are likely to simply be following that of the secular culture. This is how many Christians live. What's Your Worldview? helps combat worldview illiteracy. Because of its enjoyable format and short length (little over 100 pages), it is a book that almost anyone can easily read. I highly recommend it.

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