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The Christian Worldview is a radio and online ministry that aims to sharpen the Biblical worldview of Christians and share the good news that all people can be reconciled to God through Jesus Christ. The ministry is an outreach of The Overcomer Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and is led by a seven-member board of directors and five-person staff.
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Media Missionaries where Christianity and Culture collide. Providing honest reporting and analysis on the intersection of contemporary issues and theology, based on a Biblical Christian Worldview. We report regularly on a broad range of contemporary topics in the areas of ethics, false theology, family, technology, megatrends, politics, freedoms, law, church, and eschatology. Our podcast and website (BCWorldview.org) are intended to strengthen the systematic theology of Biblical Christian un ...
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A weekly podcast that will challenge you to think faithfully and live for truth. Hosted by Summit's own Aaron Atwood, each episode features world-class Christian leaders and thinkers helping you to live for Christ in today's turbulent culture.
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GUEST: STEVEN LAWSON, author, Show Me Your Glory Psalm 46 starts out this way: “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change…” The earth is changing. A strong delusion has bewitched the leaders and peoples of this world. There are authoritarian, baseless mandates and disc…
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The Lord can provide the ultimate comfort from life's challenges. Quick Quote – Source – Unknown A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – I recently wrote an article on the subject of suicide and salvation (details here). There are many extenuating circumstances to the question of suicide, including medical and emotional conditions. In the end,…
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GUEST: ROBERT KNIGHT, columnist, The Washington Times The deconstruction of the organization formerly known as the Boy Scouts (now called the genderless “Scouting America”) is a microcosm—“a situation regarded as encapsulating in miniature the characteristic qualities or features of something much larger”—of what is taking place in broader American…
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Faith is the assurance of things hoped for. Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – I received the following comment from a reader recently. ”If a god exists then god is not good because of all the horrible things that god created. He should end all of the suffering and antinatalism [having children] is a goo…
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Limiting Bible distribution is logical if one believes man is the author. Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – If one believes the Bible was written by man, thousands of years ago, it would be logical to assume that it has no relevance to today. Even if there are good moral teachings within the Scriptures,…
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God is unchanging in His thoughts and actions, taking our sin nature into account. Quick Quote – Source – Jarrod Scott A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – In the Bible, there are many examples of both believers and unbelievers whose bad behavior was used by God to perfect His will. God is all-knowing from eternity past to eternity future. …
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GUEST: MARY JANE WHEATON, David’s Mom God designed marriage to be between one man and one woman for life, for husband and wife to love each other, embrace mutually beneficial roles, and raise children to love and obey God. The family is the protective nest, a place of intended peace, that results in Godly individuals and thus God-fearing societies.…
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Are you truly engaged in your faith? Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - So many Christians in the West view our faith as a secondary part of our lives. We go to work, raise a family, go to church, and see that as the Christian life. Are we employing the Holy Spirit effectively in our lives? Compare our l…
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The Bible is a resource to know God and understand our relationship with Him. Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - Without the Scriptures as the source for our faith and conduct, we have only a set of rules and beliefs that we choose to create in our own minds and our sinful hearts.. very shaky ground from…
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Pride goes before a fall (Proverbs 16:18). Quick Quote - Source - Erwin Lutzer A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - One of the greatest sins mankind, especially MAN kind, have to deal with is our prideful hearts. We desire to be in control of our surroundings and to take credit for our successes as we rationalize away our failures. As with …
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Quick Quote - Source - Jarrod Scott A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - The term self-awareness is defined by Webster as, "an awareness of one's own personality or individuality". How many of us truly know who we are and how we are seen by others? The answer is, that only God sees us clearly and perfectly. He orchestrates our lives even to…
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Apologetics is for the mind, but ultimately we need faith for the heart. Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - So many Christians understandably try to “explain God” using human reasoning to defend supernatural actions. When it falls short in the view of the unbeliever, it can sometimes do more damage than …
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Our ability to perfectly interpret all of Scripture through the lens of our sin nature is not realistic. A reader offered an insightful comment from our article on the use of the Bible as a legal defense against the accusation of using Hate Speech (details here).توسط Jeff Hilles
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The life of the baby vs. the rights of the. mom. Abortion is one of the central issues in America today. As with any topic of this magnitude, there are extreme opinions on the far edges of both sides of the bell curve, and each group points to the other in an attempt to draw the majority of the population toward their radical views. Holding a Bibli…
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The terror of a God moment. I experienced China firsthand when I attempted to smuggle a large load of Bibles into the country. I take the “Great Commission” (Matthew 28:19–20) very seriously. I have always had a heart for missions, for speaking, singing, and reaching out to other cultures where Jesus is not well-known amongst the people. From Russi…
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GUEST: SOEREN KERN, Geopolitical Analyst and Writing Fellow for Middle East Forum Hamas, an Islamic militant group bent on Israel’s destruction, launches a surprise attack on Oct. 7 from their territory in Gaza into southern Israel, butchering 1200 civilians and taking captive hundreds more. The Israeli military responds by invading Gaza to decimat…
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GUEST: HALEY ERICKSON, Christian Nutrition Coach and Personal Trainer While there is great diversity in the world—religion, culture, socio-economic, geographic, personal experience, family background, education, etc.—there are some things we all have in common. One of them is a physical body. It’s interesting to note that God spoke everything into …
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The question of the Bible being used as a defense for what detractors consider "Hate Speech" is clearly under debate today. Do Biblical Christians have the right to express their opinion on subjects such as abortion, gay marriage, and women in leadership using Scripture as support? This question has moved from the public forum, to the courts and is…
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Life on earth demonstrates the second law of thermodynamics. Not true of Heaven. Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - The second law of thermodynamics is centered around entropy which is “a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder" (Wikipedia). We see this dictum at work on many levels…
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Recently I published two articles on the negative state of the Methodist Church (UMC) given its movement toward inclusiveness (see details here and here). The topic resulted in a broad range of responses, most of which challenged the premise that compliance with the world was a bad thing. One of the more succinct, yet telling responses came from a …
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Sharing the Good News should come from our love for the lost not to impress others by our virtue. Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – Christians need to avoid condemning the sin nature of man unless forced to express our opinion based on a direct challenge to one’s worldview. Seekers are looking for those…
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GUEST: ALEX NEWMAN, journalist and author, Indoctrinating Our Children to Death It was a highly-informative and captivating evening Friday, April 12 at The Christian Worldview Speaker Series event with Alex Newman at Beacon of Hope Church in St. Paul as he spoke on “The Push for Global Governance” and how issues like public education, environmental…
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Quick Quote Source – Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – Scripture clearly teaches that all of us “have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). However, that does not mean that we all have the same sin in our lives. As we grow and mature in our walk with Christ (sanctification), our unique sin nature sadly g…
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As believers, we need to recognize a broader application of our sin nature beyond the physical realm. When we look at our Biblical Christian systematic theology as presented on Sunday mornings and discipleship classes, what is typically emphasized is our need to focus on the nature of God and Christ as presented in and through the Holy Spirit. In a…
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The activities we do for God are secondary. Quick Quote – Source – Erwin Lutzer A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – As Christians, we can get so caught up in church activities and other ministry “opportunities” that we neglect our quiet time with the Father. God wants our attention, not our activity. He desires for us to focus on His prese…
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If the antichrist was actually in the world today, his personality would be somewhat hidden and obscured by the need to gain power and influence at this stage in his ascendency. Once obtained, his real personality, as presented in the Bible, would then surface. However, systematically working through the verses from Scripture that refer to the comi…
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Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – As Christians, do we focus on seeking God’s advice in day-to-day matters? “You do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes.” – James 4:14 Often Christians live just like unbelievers, making…
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Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – With every issue, there will always be extreme opinions. I recently responded to a reader who stated that Christian preachers were calling for the execution of gay people. I am sure one can find extreme views such as this if we look hard enough. However, in most cases, …
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Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – In our publications, we use the term “Biblical Christian” as a replacement for what was once termed “Christian”. That is because so many Christians have lost their way theologically. Many who associated themselves within the boundaries of Christianity did so, not becaus…
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GUEST: BRAD KLASSEN, professor and teacher, Men of the Word You’ve heard about “the war on men”. In fact, Owen Strachan, author of a book by that title was interviewed on The Christian Worldview on Nov. 18, 2023. Owen described how our society seeks to emasculate men in order to stamp out what they call “toxic masculinity”. At a more fundamental le…
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Overview The Salem Media Group is a bellwether for Christian media. They own and operate 95 radio stations in 38 American markets, with 3200 affiliates. Further, Salem has multiple internet publications, along with magazine and book publishing enterprises (details here). Headquartered in Irving, TX, Salem represents the largest single Christian med…
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Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - Science is a wonderful and important construct of the application of man’s intellect and curiosity applied to God’s creation. Many unbelievers, critical of the Christian view that puts religion above science, point out that past theologians have been wrong in areas such…
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Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - We always seem to compare ourselves, to ourselves rather than to Jesus as a benchmark for how we should behave. When we look at the gap between us and Christ, any moral superiority we think there is between one faction and another becomes infinitesimal and irrelevant. R…
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Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - A greenhouse is intended to be a place of protection where seeds can grow under a controlled environment of nurturing. However, in many cases, at a point in the maturing process, plants outgrow their confined enclosure and, to continue to thrive and be of value to the o…
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Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - So many Christians view the New Testament and, in particular, Jesus, expressing the importance of love. Jesus put love as the highest command when He said... Mark 12:29-31 - Jesus answered, “The most important is, ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. And …
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Quick Quote Source - Darrell Harrelson A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - Throughout history, there has been so much fighting over land based on who came first and who has the right to occupy it. Today, this is being played out on the world stage in places like Gaza, Ukraine, Taiwan, and potentially Korea. God began mankind with Adam and …
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GUEST: ALEX NEWMAN, author, Indoctrinating Our Children to Death Most Christians who discern the times know that the U.S. public education system (i.e. government-run schools) is humanistic to the core (humanism being the worldview/religion where man is the highest authority). Under the banner of “separation of church and state”, subversives have s…
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Quick Quote - Source - Erwin Lutzer A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - The distractions of this life are intended to both pacify and nullify our witness for the Lord. Within boundaries, the less we have the less we need, and the harder it is for earthly things to sweep us away from an eternal focus. The reason the Bible says that "it is e…
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Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – Nearly every religion in the world offers a formula for eternal bliss. Both the recognition of an afterlife and its risks/returns are documented in sacred texts throughout history. What separates Christianity from all others is the truth that God does not demand mankind…
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How we see God depends on our perspective and our faithfulness. Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - The secular see Him as a tyrant, and for good reason. The believer sees Him as love, and for good reason. The difference between the two can be encapsulated in a single word, faith.…
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The covenant of marriage for the Biblical Christian should be with a Biblical Christian. Quick Quote – Source – Rich Holt A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – Scripture is clear that marriage is a good aspiration, but not always necessary in the life and ministry of the believer. Proverbs 18:22 – He who finds a wife finds a good thing and o…
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Quick Quote - Source - Jeff Hilles A Biblical Christian worldview perspective - Some live for a short time, some for a long time. Some of us live a largely pain-free life and others, sadly, live in constant pain and suffering. Some have an abundance of resources at their command and others barely have the shirt on their back. Though arguably import…
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Two bills are being discussed in the Canadian Parliament this month. It is important to note that each has a chilling effect on free speech in general and Christian freedoms in specifics. However, looking at them in a more unified way is enlightening, offering insight into both the direction of the country and the synergistic impact they would have…
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In the days leading up to Easter I was watching a weather forecast on television. When the extended forecast came up showing the weekend ahead, there was an icon of a bouncing bunny on Easter Sunday (better termed Resurrection Sunday). Nothing on Crucifixion Friday…not even a mention of Easter weekend. How sad and tragic that the most important eve…
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Just the Editor's opinion… It’s one thing to be selling golden sneakers for $399 (here) while running for president. It’s another, stratospheric level of audacity to be pandering to cultural Christians by selling KJV Bibles for $60 (here), in the view of some, to help support his (some fair, some unfair) personal legal defense. Trump endorses the B…
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GUEST: ANDREW DeBARTOLO, Director of Operations, Liberty Coalition Canada To borrow a popular term today, the United States is in “transition”. Whereas the nation once “identified” as a broadly Christian nation (the Declaration of Independence refers multiple times to the Christian God), a real transition (in contrast to the imagined transitions an…
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