Biblical Worldview

We all have a worldview or a lens through which we see and understand our world. Most worldviews start with how we believe we all got here in the first place. Is there a God? Did he create us or did we evolve from apes? The second building block for most people’s worldview is personal experiences, and then they just keep adding the blocks until they have “their” worldview!

Once our worldview is intact it affects every area of our lives. It governs how we live, not where we live. It defines why we live, what we live for, what we appreciate, what we reject, what we are passionate about, and what we detest. Our worldview is the main part of our moral compass and we tend to favor and support political objectives and politicians that support our belief system. There are a lot of competing worldviews or philosophies about life, but I believe there is only one that answers all of life’s greatest questions.

Like most people, my worldview affects every area and every day of my life. It is not just something I do on Sundays. The goal of my Biblical Worldview page is to present the Biblical worldview in an easy-to-understand and practical way. The Bible has answers to many of life’s greatest questions. Questions like, How did we get here? And, why are we here? The Bible defines who we are as people and where we’re going. The Bible is also full of practical wisdom for living and defines certain truths to avoid confusion. The Bible is a book that claims to tell the truth about God and about man. (and woman)

The validity of any truth claim is subject to the evidence that supports it. My goal is to make a defense of a Biblical worldview from practical experience, the historical record, and apologetics. Apologetics just being a big word for making a reasoned argument in justification of something, typically a theory or religious doctrine. No one is asking you to just believe the Bible by faith. I wouldn’t and I don’t.

I will start with the practical experience aspect as soon as time permits and then tackle the historical evidence and apologetics. Please check back for updates. In the meantime, enjoy some music!


“It is absurd for the Evolutionist to complain that it is unthinkable for an admittedly unthinkable God to make everything out of nothing, and then pretend that it is more thinkable that nothing should turn itself into everything.”

 G.K. Chesterton