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Only 9% of ‘Christians’ have Biblical world-view…? Wow, that’s bad…

07 Sep

Only 9% of Christians have Biblical World-View

A New Survey Reveals that Less than 10 Percent of All Born Again Christians Look at the World with a Biblical Perspective       By Jimmy DeYoung

George Barna, a pollster with an independent marketing research company, found in a recent survey that only 4% of the overall population of America and 9% of born-again Christians have a biblical world view, suggesting that many of the nation’s moral and spiritual challenges are directly attributable to this fact.

For the purposes of the research, a Biblical world view was defined as believing that absolute moral truth exists, that such truth is defined by the Bible, and that the Bible is accurate in all of its teachings.

Jimmy’s Prophetic Prospective on the News:

A Biblical world view based upon understanding Bible prophecy is essential for an understanding of the times we live in today.

Let’s look at the provision in scripture for a Biblical world view. All scripture is God breathed. That means it’s inspired and is profitable for doctrine, for correction, and instruction in righteousness, that’s II Timothy 3:16. God gave the scriptures to the Jew to preserve and communicate to mankind, Romans 3:1-2. And thus, we have His written Word for us today. Our blessings and understanding comes from God’s provision of His heart, His mind, His thoughts in written form, the Bible.

Now, let’s look at the priority for studying a Biblical world view. The Apostle Paul wrote that we must study the Word of God, a workman that need not be ashamed, relying on God’s Word for all of life’s questions. We must rightly divide the Word of truth, the Bible, to ascertain its true meaning. These two principles, study and rightly dividing the Word of God, are instruction for the End Times and they come from Paul’s exhortation to young Timothy found in II Timothy 2:15.

Finally, let’s look at the prophetic scenario of a Biblical world view. A study of Bible prophecy reveals the scenario for the Last Days with a seven year period of judgment in our world followed by the return of the Messiah, Jesus Christ, to establish His Kingdom here on earth. However, preceding that seven years of judgment, those who are true born again Christians will be taken out of this world to be with Jesus Christ, that’s the Rapture.

Allowing the Bible to form our world view prepares us for these future events and gives us evidence as to how close they may be.

 
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Posted by on September 7, 2009 in Uncategorized

 

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