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Why is your Worldview Important?
We believe that the infinite personal God of the Bible is ultimate reality, not mere matter or energy shaped by chance. We believe that men and women were designed and created by this personal God in His image as personal beings with a capacity for reason, emotion, and volition ... and as such human life has sanctity and value.
Consequently, we are ethically and morally accountable for our choices and actions, which have value, significance, meaning, and purpose in a universe which is not merely impersonal. We further believe that in a purely impersonal material universe there is no logical basis for morality, ethics, objective knowledge, significance, purpose, or human aspirations.

Can we Know if our Worldview is true?
"The Christian worldview is both intellectually credible and existentially satisfying" - Tim Keller
"There are philosophical, archaeological, historical, and evidential tests for truth. Worldviews should be tested in the same way that we test theories as to whether the earth is round or flat. Science operates on the assumption that there is objective truth. So should philosophy and religion. The only reason to believe the Christian worldview is that it is objectively true. It is unique in that it stands up to honest intellectual and existential scrutiny in a way that no other worldview does" - Dave Seivright
READING PROJECT - Comparing the Secular and the Christian Worldviews - - We recommend that you do a reading project of four books. "The Reason for God" by Tim Keller, "Total Truth" by Nancy Pearcey, "The Question of God" by Armand Nicholi, Jr. and "Three Philosophies" by Peter Kreeft. Nicholi is the Harvard Prof. who recently moderated the excellent series on PBS by the same title as his book, comparing the secular worldview of Sigmund Freud with the theistic worldview of C. S. Lewis. Kreeft is a professor of philosophy at Boston College. For more info send email to: dave@seivright.com
Miami Discipleship Group - meets in Miami by invitation only.

Lunches for Men & Women
- Dave keeps a busy schedule of one-on-one and small group lunch appointments for personal discipleship.

Munich Study
- This Bible Study meets in the evenings in addition to our men’s morning studies. Call Brian Richardson for more info: +49 157 8454 6542
Email for more info : dave@seivright.com

We study authors such as: Schaeffer, Keller, Packer, Stott, Boice, Piper, Nash, Crabb, Sproul, Veith, Pearcey, Nicholi, Kreeft, etc. In addition to occasional group discussions, Dave puts the men and women, whom he disciples, through a comprehensive reading plan. Some also take courses at a Master's level in Theology by extension from Covenant Seminary.

For more information email me at: dave@seivright.com

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The Question of God: C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud
Ministering Worldwide with Campus Crusade for Christ International
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