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How Now Shall We Live?

Nancy R. Pearcey, Charles Colson

Tyndale House, (Softcover), 576 pages, 1999

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According to Pearcey and Colson everyone has a worldview and every worldview attempts to answer four basic questions: 1) Where did we come from? 2) What has gone wrong with the world? 3) What can we do to fix it? 4) How now shall we live? In this 576-page manual, Pearcey and Colson compare and contrast how the Christian worldview answers these four important questions against popular alternatives such as Darwinism, Marxism, and Post Modernism. They show that Christian Theism presents more rational and logical answers to these questions then the alternatives. They also show how the Christian theistic worldview provides practical answers to tough problems with real-world stories.

Those of us who cut our teeth on worldview thinking in the 1970�s with Francis Schaeffer�s books will find the title and the approach a very familiar extension of his work from a generation ago. Those who are new to worldview thinking will find the book a fresh and invigorating way to make sense of many of today�s important cultural issues.

About the Author Nancy Randolph Pearcey is the Francis A. Schaeffer scholar at the World Journalism Institute, where she teaches a worldview curriculum. After earning an M.A. from Covenant Theological Seminary, she pursued further graduate work in philosophy at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto. Currently she serves as a Visiting Scholar at the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University, and a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute. Pearcey has authored or contributed to several works, including the ECPA Gold Medallion winner How Now Shall We Live?, The Soul of Science, and Total Truth.

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