What's Your Worldview

What's Your Worldview

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Ages: 14-18

Grades: 9th-12th

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Product Code: 275-810

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Path to Turmoil or Truth?
A worldview is like gravity. It’s there and it makes a huge difference in our day to day life, but few people give it much thought until they try to fly. Not knowing how to discern your worldview and that of others is guaranteed to lead to equally disastrous results. Winsome and biblical, What's Your Worldview?: An Interactive Approach to Life's Big Questions ingeniously guides your teen to think carefully about not only what he believes but why he believes it and how it impacts the rest of his life.

Written with wit, clarity, and simplicity, What's Your Worldview? is the intellectual’s version of the classic “Choose Your Own Adventure”–type story. Read the question, and depending on his answer your teen will be directed to another page. This process continues until he lands on the this-is-your-worldview page. There he’ll find a summary of the type of worldview he has, along with some commentary designed to provoke further thought. Extremely non-threatening, with short chapters that strike a nice balance between simplicity and depth, What's Your Worldview?’s layout is engaging and the content will cause your teen to view critically any weak and incoherent features of his worldview.

Binding: Paperback
Pages: 112
Publisher: Crossway
Author: James N. Anderson
Copyright: 2014
Faith-Based: Yes

Awards and Endorsements:
2014 Popular Theology Book of the Year - World Magazine

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Different, interesting way to teach Worldviews!

I bought this to use with my two high schoolers. I read through this little gem and am so excited! It is a really unique book... More like a "Choose Your Own Ending" book. The reader answers a question, then based on their answer is led to another page. Ultimately you end up at a "Worldview". The info on each worldview is informative, but concise. Just enough to educate curious young minds without boredom. I've decided to use this with a class of high schoolers in our coop as well.

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