|Strong Biblical Worldview Thinker||75% - 100%|
|Moderate Biblical Worldview Thinker||50% - 74%|
|Secular Humanist Worldview Thinker||25% - 49%|
|Socialist Worldview Thinker||0% - 24%|
|Communist/Marxist/Socialist/Secular Humanist Worldview Thinker||under 0%|
Their sections were, with my score in parentheses,
- Civil Government, 8 questions (62%)
- Economics, 9 questions (66%)
- Education, 6 questions (83%)
- Family, 4 questions (100%)
- Law, 13 questions (76%)
- religion, 29 questions (94%)
- science, 8 questions (81%)
- social issues, 8 questions (93%)
Physically and mentally healthy adults that do not work should not be protected from suffering the consequences of their actions.Of which the possible answers are; with marking schedule:
- Strongly Agree +2
- Tend to Agree +1
- No Opinion -2
- Tend to Disagree +0
- Strongly Disagree -1
One problem I had with the test is some of it relied on American history. Take this question,
The original intent of our founding fathers was a form of government that was free to set its own policy only if God had not already ruled in that area. Our founders believed that our man made laws were not to contradict the laws of God.Whether or not one believes the founding fathers thought in a certain way does not necessarily mean one's own worldview is suspect. And if you are somewhat ignorant of American history but know how a biblical government should be founded then you deserve full credit.
Another problem I had was if one tended one way because that was the general thrust of scripture, but there are other scriptures that limit the extreme view, or scripture is not absolutely clear, then one gets only 1 of 2 possible marks. The answer to this question is either yes or no,
Adam and Eve were fictional characters that never really lived.However the answer to this question is less clear cut,
There is no reason why a biblically-minded Christian should be opposed to human cloning.Of course this is not a proper survey or well thought out Christian assessment, just an advertisement for their worldview seminars. You will have to unsubscribe to their newsletter afterward (click on the link at the bottom of the first email).
I applaud them for running worldview weekends, many people who become Christians know little doctrine and even when they do, seem to have some cognitive dissonance with their ideas at church and their ideas in the workplace. Others may not understand how to work out faith in practice. Ideas have consequences. While loving and obeying Jesus is more important that right belief, belief affects behaviour. We need to take every thought captive.
They need also be cautious with what they teach and their emphasis. Several concepts are clearly taught in Scripture, many are less clear and some are subtle. God's expectations of nations and his expectations of individuals may not be the same. God's priorities for kingdom citizens may be different to those who have yet to join.