Contribution to Book
While many seek to make God and Church relevant to a multiplicity of current cultures, the God of Scripture presents a Divine worldview that can function as a timeless philosophy. This enables one to evaluate secular cultures as evil. In Old Testament times, God’s people repeatedly opted for the cultures around them in place of the worldview God offered. In New Testament times, the same Divine worldview is available to the Church. Christian leaders and parents must actively teach the Divine worldview or else the 2nd and 3rd generations will assimilate the evil cultures of their environment.
Generational Faith: Change and Consistency across Generations
The 180° Symposium
Arrais, Tiago, "Some Thoughts on God and Culture: Divine Worldview, Torah as a Philosophy of Life, and the Possibility of Transforming Culture" (2012). 180 Symposium Publications. 27.
Posed with permission, Center for Youth Evangelism at Andrews University