The Christian Worldview has a two-fold mission: 1.) to help Christians develop a comprehensive biblical worldview about all matters of life and faith so that they, their families, and their churches will be strong, effective, God-glorifying ambassadors for Jesus Christ, and 2.) to share the good news that all people can be reconciled to God through repentance of sin and faith in Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord.
This mission is pursued two ways:
- The Christian Worldview is a nationally-syndicated radio program hosted by David Wheaton that airs every Saturday from 8-9am Central Time on ~200 radio stations and is also available online via podcast, streaming, and TheChristianWorldview.org. Featuring compelling topics, notable guests, listener calls, and sound bites, the program focuses on current events, cultural issues, and matters of faith from a decidedly biblical perspective.
- TheChristianWorldview.org is an extensive website resource that provides audio, video, and written content from some of the most respected Christian leaders.
What is a Worldview?
A worldview is a personal collection of beliefs through which all of life is perceived and lived. There are several prominent worldviews — Christian, secular humanistic, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist, New Age and others — including subsets of each and crossovers between two or more. Every person has a worldview.
The real question is: “Is your worldview true?” All worldviews are based on someone or something — a religious leader, philosopher, professor, writer, popular culture, organization, book, etc. The reason we believe the Christian worldview is worth following is because it is based on the Bible which claims to be entirely true and has never been proven otherwise.
Bad News – Good News
Rejection of the Christian worldview — or in other words, disobeying God’s will as written in the Bible, also known as sin — is ultimately the root cause of all the conflict and injustice within individuals, families, communities, nations, and the world.
The good news is that anyone who repents of their sin against God and places their faith or trust in His Son, Jesus Christ, as paying the required sacrifice for their sin and then follows Him as Lord, can be reconciled to God and then begin the life-long process of developing a Christian worldview to the praise and honor and glory of God.
Being in a right relationship with your Creator and then seeking to understand and live as He desires is the purpose of life. Hence our slogan: “Think Biblically, Live Accordingly.”
Until Christians are strengthened and non-Christians are reconciled,
David Wheaton, editor