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Pursuit of Holiness & Holiness Day by Day – 2 Great Offers!

October 24, 2014

holiness bundle thumbOur NEW FEATURED RESOURCES for a donation of any amount are Jerry Bridges’ books:

The Pursuit of Holiness
(softcover, 179 pages, $12.99 retail)

Holiness Day by Day devotional
(hardcover, 336 pages, $19.99 retail)

Either or both would be great to read yourself or to give as a gift.

Choose one for a donation of any amount to The Christian Worldview.  Or better yet, bundle them together for a donation of $30 or more.

3 Ways to Order:

1) Order online at TheChristianWorldview.org

2) Call toll-free 1-888-646-2233

3) Mail a check to:
The Christian Worldview
P.O. Box 401
Excelsior, MN 55331

“My Boy, Ben” Book Launch Event

October 3, 2014

final MBB coverSATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 is the release date of David Wheaton’s much-anticipated new book My Boy, Ben by Tristan Publishing, and you are invited to the launch celebration event at Grace Church in Eden Prairie, Minnesota!

8:00 am: Watch a LIVE broadcast of The Christian Worldview radio program.  A special co-host will interview David on the book.

9:00 am: David will talk about the book—how God used a yellow Lab named Ben to expand David’s understanding and appreciation for God’s grace and the gospel—and take audience questions.  Brett and Sheila Waldman of Tristan Publishing will also offer brief remarks.

9:30 – 11:00 am: Get a signed and personalized copy of My Boy, Ben (or pick up your pre-ordered copy) and speak with David, his parents and family, and the volunteers and board of The Christian Worldview.

We look forward to meeting you on Saturday, November 15 from 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. at Grace Church in Eden Prairie, Minnesota (in the Grace Cafe by Door 4) for a memorable time of fellowship, food, and praise for the great things the Lord has done!

Pre-ordering of My Boy, Ben is available today at TheChristianWorldview.org.

“Jesus UnMasked” for a donation of any amount

September 19, 2014

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For a limited time, we are offering Todd Friel’s just-released book, Jesus Unmasked, for a donation of any amount to The Christian Worldview.

“Jesus Unmasked will strengthen believers in their faith, and will convict and convince unbelievers to repent and trust in Christ.  The book is highly-readable and is marked by Todd’s trademark wit.” - David Wheaton

Softcover, 236 pages, (retails for $14.99)

3 ways to order:

1) Visit our Support page and make a donation of any amount.

2) Call us toll-free at 1.888.646.2233

3) Mail a check made out to The Christian Worldview and send it to:
The Christian Worldview   PO Box 401   Excelsior, MN  55331

Trapped in Hitler’s Hell

August 8, 2014



Presenting a NEW featured resource: Trapped in Hitler’s Hell with Anita Dittman.

A young Jewish girl discovers the Messiah’s faithfulness in the midst of the Holocaust.

You can order this riveting 75-minute DVD for a donation of any amount to The Christian Worldview.


What is the biggest problem in America? CD Offer

July 25, 2014


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What is the biggest problem in America? CD Offer

What is the biggest problem in America?  And how should Christians respond to it?

Those questions are the focus of a recent message given by David Wheaton to a church in Minnesota.  The title is “A One Point Sermon on the Biggest Problem in America.”

You can order a CD copy for a donation of any amount to The Christian Worldview.

3-Ways to Request Your CD Copy:

  • Order online at TheChristianWorldview.org
  • Call toll-free 1-888-646-2233
  • Send your donation to: The Christian Worldview  PO Box 401 Excelsior, MN 55331

5 ways to maintain a biblical perspective on Christian leaders?

May 27, 2014

1. Realize that no man and no ministry is infallible or beyond accountability.  “Celebrity Christians” are saved sinners like everyone else and are under the same standards of God as everyone else.

2. Learn from three or more sound teachers, not just one.  Avoid being a “fan” of just one man or ministry.

3. Prioritize being a part of your local church.  This is where God has designed us to be taught, have fellowship, take communion, and pray (Acts 2:41-41).

4. Be like the Bereans and search the Scriptures to see whether the things being taught are biblical (Acts 17:10-11).

5. Ask yourself: Would my faith be shaken if my favorite teacher fell?  Would I defend my favorite teacher if he was proved to be unethical or immoral?

How do we find God’s will in decisions when the Bible doesn’t give an explicit answer?

April 5, 2014

David headshot1. Does the Bible say anything explicitly or by implicitly about the decision you’re facing?
For example, the Bible is clear that a Christian should not marry a non-Christian.  (1 Corinthians 7:39 A wife is bound as long as her husband lives; but if her husband is dead, she is free to be married to whom she wishes, only in the Lord.)

2. Abide in Christ.  
John 15:7 “If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.”  In other words, the closer you remain to the Lord, the closer your decisions will be to His will.

3. Relish the wrestling.
Finding God’s will implies there’s effort required—you need to look for it and it may be hard and long.  Think about it.  Knock on doors.  Gather information.  God is refining you through the process.

4. Seek counsel from the oldest, wisest people who know and love you.
Read 1 Kings 12 about how King Rehoboam listened to the counsel of his peers rather than the older, wiser, and more experienced men.

5. Pray without ceasing over the decision.  And perhaps fast from food too.
Wait until you have a settled peace.  1 Thes. 5:17 “pray without ceasing.”

6. Look for circumstances, not signs.
Pay more attention to tangible circumstances like open and closed doors and less to “I had a dream last night and feel like I need to quit my job and start working in full-time ministry.”

7. Understand that God is sovereign over our decisions
We can still make a “less than” decision even when our hearts are right and we’ve followed the right steps. The good news is God is in control even in the midst of our “less than” decisions and will work through them for our good and His glory. Psalm 103:19 The Lord has established His throne in the heavens, and His sovereignty rules over all.


April 4, 2014



Coming in fall 2014, David Wheaton’s new book, My Boy, Ben – A Story of Love, Loss, and Grace. Place your name on the “remind me when it’s out” list by completing the form below. An email reminder will be sent to you when the book is released. There is no obligation to buy the book and your email address won’t be used for any other purpose.

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Noah – And The Last Days by Ray Comfort

March 28, 2014

Description from Living Waters website:

“In the time of Noah, people were going about their daily lives, not mindful of the impending destruction. Like them, are we ignoring warnings of God’s coming judgment?

The Bible gives us clear signs of the last days. Did you know the Scriptures say we will see:

- Flippant use of God’s name
- Money-hungry preachers and rampant hypocrisy in the church
- Wars and rumors of wars
- An acceptance of homosexuality
- Denial of a global flood

Who was Noah, and why is the amazing account of his life so relevant to you in the 21st century? Don’t be caught unaware. Time may be very short. Will you be ready?”

2 Ways to View the Film:

1) Click here to watch Noah – An The Last Days on YouTube.

2) Click here to order the DVD of Noah—And The Last Days, for a donation of any amount to The Christian Worldview.


Preview the trailer:

Congratulations Alex Lynch! – Winner of The Master’s College Essay Contest 2014

February 28, 2014


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Congratulations to Alex!  He is headed to The Master’s College this fall with a $4000 scholarship for his winning essay on “Tolerance, Perspective, and Worldview“.  You can read Alex’s essay below.

The top three finishers are:

1.      Alex Lynch
2.      Noel Grimes
3.      Sarah Schuler

Congratulations to all the students who participated in the essay contest.  We wish you all of God’s best and grace as you head off to college.  Think biblically and live accordingly!


Tolerance, Perspective, and Worldview
by Alex Lynch

Am I intolerant if I don’t affirm gay marriage or don’t support two unmarried people having sex because they love each other? Within our society there is a cultural conflict over what should, or should not, be tolerated. Foundational to this debate over tolerance is the distinction between two opposing perspectives that will never be at peace. On one side is a worldview that recognizes God’s authority to establish what is right and wrong; and on the other is a worldview that rejects God and His authority over moral issues. Each perspective defines tolerance differently based on their worldview, which is predicated on one’s relationship to God and one’s perspective of the truth-claims of Scripture.

Our secular culture has embraced the postmodernism idea that there are no universal absolutes. Society believes that standards for making judgments vary according to people, the times in which they live, and the specific situations they are in. Truth has therefore become relative to each individual. This climate of moral relativism demands an unconditional affirmation of their values and any who refuse to affirm these values are deemed intolerant. This kind of unconditional tolerance is the outcome of a society of people that marginalize God and worship themselves. What was once viewed as good or evil is viewed as amoral today, and what was once black or white has become blurred into a dull ambivalent grey. Each person’s perspective is reality.

A biblical view of tolerance begins with a belief in God and the authority and sufficiency of His revelation, the Bible. According to Scripture there is right and wrong, sin and righteousness. With a clearly defined standard, the definition of tolerance, as understood by society, changes. There are absolutes and God is holy, making it impossible for Him to tolerate sin. God, while sometimes tolerating what he hates, will never affirm what is sinful. (He is angry with the wicked but doesn’t consume them in His mercy.) To be tolerant from a biblical worldview is to say in essence, “While I don’t affirm or agree with what you are doing, I can accept you in love.” A biblical perspective understands that the fundamental issue is not moral but spiritual and that the solution for someone outside of Christ is the Gospel. A biblical approach to people who reject God is not to try to change the sinful behavior they want us to tolerate, but rather to communicate the hope that is available through the Gospel of Christ. It is God’s work through the power of the Gospel to change sinful hearts.

A secular worldview does not recognize the all-powerful God of the Bible. This aspect shapes their understanding of tolerance. In a secular worldview, tolerance appears as a noble virtue because it doesn’t threaten or damage any person’s individual “rights”. The difference comes in the distinction between what are rights and what is right. A secular worldview excludes God and sees man and his personal desires as supreme. This view encourages the kind of tolerance that allows people to fulfill their own personal desires without guilt or condemnation.

A biblical worldview recognizes God as the sovereign ruler, creator, and judge. This view of man’s relationship to God means His standards are the standards for all creation including man. What God commands must be followed, and what he deems sinful cannot be excused. God’s standards are reflected in Christ, the personification of love and grace. A believer in Christ will be gracious and full of love to those who oppose Christ, not compromising the truth but tolerating those whose lives are blatantly out of step with God’s standards.

If my views were challenged as intolerant, I would explain that I will not affirm unbiblical lifestyles and actions that are inconsistent with God’s standards, but I will not isolate myself from those whose views are different than mine. I am under the authority of my God who commands me to love with the love He demonstrated to me while I was yet a sinner. (Romans 5:8) My tolerance is not an acceptance of secular views, but a sacrifice to God by reflecting His love and trusting Him to change hearts.

Ultimately, worldview determines how each person defines tolerance. Tolerance as defined by the world cannot line up with the tolerance God has with a clear picture of sin. The difference between these views on tolerance is Christ, and He is the only one who has a perfect worldview and can perfectly exemplify tolerance in this world.


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