Darrow Miller explains how our worldviews shape our values and behaviors and how our behaviors have consequences for our lives, families and society. He describes how worldviews spread around the world, are transmitted from one generation to the next, and … Continued
Darrow Miller explains that every person in the world has a “map” in his or her mind–a map that says what the world is like. We call this a “worldview.” Our worldviews matter because they determine how we live and … Continued
Basic principles build the foundation of human cultures. They are the “ABCs” of culture. Paul refers to these elementary principles that shape culture when he uses the word stoicheia. Satan targets these elementary principles for his deceptive work. He uses … Continued
A growing percentage of the world’s population is children under age 25. Children are aborted, abused and abandoned. They are undervalued and often despised. The thing that is most obvious is the behavior of adults, parents and societies toward children. … Continued
This article from Christianity Today magazine shows how areas where Protestant missionaries had a significant presence in the past are, on average, more economically developed today with comparatively better health, lower infant mortality, lower corruption, greater literacy, higher educational attainment … Continued
Darrow Miller challenges all of us to strategically influence culture with Biblical principles through the avenues of art as he explores Isaac Watts’ classic Christmas hymn and the profound worldview and theology that inspired it.
“Where does the impulse for human creativity come from? What are the implications of this impulse for Christians who have a call to the arts, especially as it relates to the issue of culture and discipling a nation? Why is it that … Continued
We are living at a Kairos moment in Church history: a pivotal time in which old paradigms are giving way to new ones. God is awakening within His Bride–the Church–a vision for comprehensive transformation, says Scott Allen in this paper … Continued
James Davidson Hunter, Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies, and Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia examines some essential elements for cultural transformation.