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Think Biblically!: Recovering a Christian Worldview by John MacArthur

In response to our postmodern world and its errors, John MacArthur and other Christian teachers help readers cultivate a biblical worldview on a wide range of issues. Now in paperback.

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ISBN-13: 9781433503986
Publisher: Crossway
Publication date: 06/28/2009
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 1,359,303
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, where he has served since 1969. He is known around the world for his verse-by-verse expository preaching and his pulpit ministry via his daily radio program, Grace to You. He has also written or edited nearly four hundred books and study guides. MacArthur serves as the president of the Master’s University and Seminary. He and his wife, Patricia, live in Southern California and have four grown children.

Pat Ennis (EdD, Northern Arizona University) is the distinguished professor and director of homemaking programs at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. She previously served as the establishing chair of the Home Economics/Family and Consumer Science Department at the Master's College. She has authored or coauthored several books, resides in Burleson, Texas, and blogs at

Grant Horner (MA, University of Alabama) is associate professor of renaissance and reformation studies at the Master's College in Santa Clarita, California. He is a frequent speaker on a number of radio and television programs. He and his wife, Joanne, have three children, and they live in Santa Clarita, California.

John J. Hughes (PhD, Cambridge University) is director of academic development for P&R Publishing. He previously taught religious studies at Westmont College.

Richard Mayhue (ThD, Grace Theological Seminary) served at the Master's Seminary from 1989 to 2016 as the dean of the seminary, research professor of theology, and executive vice president. He has authored or edited more than thirty books, including Biblical Doctrine.

Table of Contents

The Master's College Contributors 9

Preface 11

Introduction 13

Part 1 The Biblical Foundation

1 Embracing the Authority and Sufficiency of Scripture John MacArthur 21

2 Cultivating a Biblical Mind-set Richard L. Mayhue 37

3 Comprehending Creation John MacArthur 55

4 Coming to Grips with Sin John MacArthur 85

5 Having an Eternally Right Relationship with God John MacArthur 101

6 Viewing the Nations from God's Perspective Mark A. Tatlock 115

Part 2 The Biblical Formulation

7 Understanding Our Postmodern World Brian K. Morley 135

8 Profiling Christian Masculinity Stuart W. Scott 155

9 Portraying Christian Femininity Patricia A. Ennis 169

10 Enjoying Spiritual Worship and Music Paul T. Plew 187

11 Why Biblical Counseling and Not Psychology? John D. Street 203

12 Why a Scriptural View of Science? Taylor B. Jones 221

13 Why Christian Education and Not Secular Indoctrination? John A. Hughes 239

14 Reflecting Honestly on History Clyde P. Greer, Jr. 259

15 Developing a Biblical View of Church and State John P. Stead 281

16 Proposing a Biblical Approach to Economics R. W. Mackey, II 297

17 Glorifying God in Literary and Artistic Culture Grant Horner 315

Notes 335

Index of Scriptures 354

Index of Persons 363

Index of Subjects 365

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Think Biblically!: Recovering a Christian Worldview 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Rickster2010 More than 1 year ago
This book is good and thought provoking. However, it can be a little dry and difficult to get through in places, but it will make you think. This book essentially tries to help you filter the world we are in through a Christian perspective.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a book that give various views on topics such as authority and sufficiency of scripture, whereas he uses other authors to support his theory on topics like, Cultivating a Biblical Mind-Set, and masculinity and femininity from a Christian prospective.