Biblical Christian Worldview

Biblical Christian Worldview

Media Missionaries where Christianity and Culture collide. Providing honest reporting and analysis on the intersection of contemporary issues and theology, based on a Biblical Christian Worldview. We report regularly on a broad range of contemporary topics in the areas of ethics, false theology, family, technology, megatrends, politics, freedoms, law, church, and eschatology. Our podcast and website (BCWorldview.org) are intended to strengthen the systematic theology of Biblical Christian underpinnings. Thank you for taking time to listen. Romans 12:2 Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

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December 6, 2022 7 min

I responded recently to an article written by a very well-meaning author on the subject of Christian presence at Abortion Clinics. His premise was that we should be caring for women in their neighborhoods and, in the event of their pro-choice decision to abort, we should be offering support rather than pre or post advice.

In my view, the media is a fault here, not this author, except for his discernment perhaps. We all need to be o...

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What is the interrelationship between Maslow’s “Hierarchy of Needs” and a Biblical Christian worldview? It is all a matter of perspective and priority in today’s American culture. 

The Main Thing

Truly our most pressing need is not even on Maslow’s “Hierarchy of Needs” list. God places a vacuum in the heart of mankind. We may try to fill that emptiness with a life full of toys, safety, entertainment, and relationships. However, the o...

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December 5, 2022 5 min

Over the last few months I have received a few comments related to the importance of the Apostles’ Creed as the foundation for our Biblical Christian worldview. Some readers went so far as to say that they do not “stray too far” from the Apostle’s Creed in establishing their systematic theology. Below, I would like to weigh in on that approach to our faith. 

God calls us to read His love letter to mankind. Commentaries, YouTube vide...

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Many people believe that the Bible is a wonderful book of wisdom for life’s challenges. Further, most Christians accept much, if not all, the theology presented in Scripture. However, often one hears… 

“THE BIBLE MIGHT BE A SOURCE FOR THE CORRECTION AND TEACHING OF RIGHTEOUSNESS, BUT IT NEVER CLAIMS PERFECTION, ESPECIALLY IN THE AREAS OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY.”


In the end, it is an acceptance of what we don’t understand and a desire to...

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December 2, 2022 7 min

I was looking out my bedroom window about 20 years ago watching my 6 year old daughter being evangelized by a neighborhood girl of similar age. As I watched, my daughter bowed her head and prayed what we were told later was the 'Sinners Prayer". I was elated, not only because she was "saved", but that God had allowed me to witness the moment of her transition to eternal life through Christ! After our daughter told u...

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There is a constant flow of media rhetoric on gun violence in America. It happens every time a mass shooting occurs, which sadly elicits more mass shootings. The reality is that gun violence is not accurately represented in media reporting. Every day over 300 Americans are shot and 124 die in gun related assaults, many of which are gang related. 

The intent of this article was to attempt to set the record straight on where gun viole...

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There was a conference conducted in October of this year, which offered candid and public insights from both John Piper and John MacArthur on the direction of moral decay in this country and how we need to prepare for coming persecution based on a Biblical Christian worldview. These are respected Christian preachers and theologians of our time.  They are not gaslighting politicians or media talking heads, desperate to attract and m...

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There is an interesting paradox happening all around us, between the extremes in our culture, which is sadly ironic. On certain overarching concepts, secularists, atheists, and humanists are all in agreement with the most avid Christians. From a Biblical Christian worldview perspective, that emerging reality could suggest we are approaching the end of American dominance, at best, or the labor pains which foreshadow the end of the w...

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November 22, 2022 9 min

My View on the Pledge of Allegiance

When I salute the flag and recite the Pledge of Allegiance, I am not saluting the government. I am saluting those who truly sacrificed for our freedom. I am saluting those who go above the call of duty to protect us (police, first responders, the military). I am saluting rural America which still largely holds to traditional values of Christian morality. To be patriotic, to express Christian Natio...

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Sunday, Disney made a startling staffing change. After only eleven months on the job, their CEO, Bob Chapek, was summarily fired by the board and temporarily replaced by Bob Iger, the former CEO as they search for a replacement. Why would Disney do such a drastic, unannounced and disruptive thing? Would it have anything to do with the failure of their woke agenda?

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November 19, 2022 7 min

This past week I had a lengthy conversation with a Biblical Christian couple who have been missionaries in India for many years. Toward the end of our discussion, I asked them why they are so fearful and secretive about sharing their faith. Their response shocked me but, sadly, did not surprise me.

The sad reality is that the deterioration of American morality has its impact not only on this country but on those outside our borders ...

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Reviewing the data, it quickly becomes apparent that what people think they believe (a Biblical Christian Worldview) is not what they are actually willing to accept when pressed. What is perhaps most shocking, if one is willing to accept the data, is that among those who attend evangelical churches, 81% claim to have a Biblical Christian worldview, however when questioned in detail, only 21% are willing to fully accept its tenants....

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November 17, 2022 11 min

This is a topic of some controversy in the Christian world. It speaks to one who, at first, seems to be outwardly following the tenants of the Christian faith for a period of time. However, at some point, they begin to drift into unrepentant sin, actively deconstruct their faith, or, find some of their once-accepted Biblical Christian theology becoming untenable and they simply walk away from the Bible, church, Christian peers, etc...

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I received a great question from a reader using a number of Scripture verses to make the point that God is not omniscient. The suggestion was that God makes decisions and adjustments as events continue to unfold. Of course, this theological view holds great concern for those who believe the Bible is inerrant and has plotted the history of mankind from eternity past to eternity future, based on the wisdom of an all-knowing, all-powe...

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November 12, 2022 7 min

As of the most recent mid-term elections, we now have approximately 37 states which allow the legal use of medical marijuana, and 21 states that have legalized its recreational use. Additional states have decriminalized, but not completely legalized its sale and use. As a Christian, desiring to conform to the will of God, what should our response be, both our personal use of marijuana and our view of its use in general?

Do not be co...

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November 12, 2022 10 min

In September of 2022, Lifeway Research published its biennial poll on the state of Christian theological beliefs in America. It contained some very interesting and somewhat conflicting results.  For detailed findings the following links are provided:

  • Historical Overview 2022-2014
  • Article, “Americans’ Theological Beliefs Changed to Suit Post-Pandemic Practice”
  • White Paper Summary
  • The State of Theology – a deep dive into the data 
  • Trends ...
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    Christian Salvation in Less Than 150 Words

    I have written over 300 articles and responded to nearly 4,000 comments over the last two years on BCWorldview and Medium.com. There is much I could say about the experience, however my reason for investing the time has been, and continues to be, to use it as a frail way of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ to a lost and dying world. 

    Yes, there is much more than the gospel offered in my...

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    November 4, 2022 4 min

    I wish I could remember the first time I heard these words, “Inoculated with Dead Christianity” so I could give credit to the one who offered a profound concept, that has been in existence since Biblical times, but is now surfacing more publicly in America. 

    Further, as our culture continues to move away from a Biblical Christian worldview, we need to expect that many who professed faith in Christ did so without a heart change, and ...

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    November 3, 2022 4 min

    How many movies, books, and especially TV series are predicated on the fact that “something is out there”, beyond what we can see and experience in the natural world? What is it about the supernatural that is so intriguing that Hollywood is able to make so much money under this genre? Finally, and most significantly, why do nearly all these plotlines portray the supernatural as being evil and that it is up to man to thwart their ma...

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    There is a lot of chatter about the subject of Christian Nationalism, most of it derogatory. It represents another example of a long and growing list of what was once considered good, that is now considered bad. So, what is Christian Nationalism, and is it Biblical?

    In the end, how blessed would this country be if we returned to many of the moral values we have set aside over the last number of years, and the majority of us actually...

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