References: 1 Timothy 5As we view culture unraveling before our eyes, some are tempted to throw up their hands in despair, while others plunge headlong into political activism, believing that to be the answer to our problems. We must, however, affirm the priority of the proclamation of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, by which the lives of men and women are changed. For this reason, we're excited about presenting these studies in 1 Timothy. Here we find God's purpose for His people. He has planned from all of eternity to redeem a people that are His very own, in order that we might be distinctive in the culture. At the heart of this series is the conviction that the household of faith stands in great need of a solid experiential grasp of basic Christian doctrine. Instead of reaching for the latest "how to" manual, what we really need is to know Who God is and what He has said, and in turn what this means on a daily basis. These studies come with the prayerful anticipation that God may use them for the strengthening of the church, and for the opening of the eyes of men and women to the truth of the Gospel.
Everything we think, say, and do reflects our worldview. Whether we realize it or not, basic beliefs about God, humanity, history, and the future inevitably shape how we live.
Philip Ryken, prolific author and president of Wheaton College, explains the distinguishing marks of the Christian worldview, helping us to engage thoughtfully with our increasingly pluralistic society. Based on the notion that ideas have consequences, this accessible resource will help you see life’s “big picture” by equipping you with a well-reasoned framework of Christian beliefs and convictions.