Worldview (Books)

 A Spectator's Guide to World Views

A Spectator's Guide to World Views

John Dickson 

Highlights society's most influential voices - including New Age, Secular Humanism, Relativism and Postmodernism. Drawing together the research and insights of eleven writers,each chapter presents an objective treatment of a major system of thought, along with a focus on were each hits the ground in real life in film, music, advertising, literature and conversation.

 The Universe Next Door  James W Sire

The Universe Next Door

James W Sire

Explains the basics of theism, deism, naturalism, nihilism, existentialism, Eastern monism and the new consciousness. Includes sections on Marxism and secular humanism, and what is now widely known as New Age philosophy and postmodernism.

The Illustrated Guide to World Religions  Dean Halverson 

The Illustrated Guide to World Religions

Dean Halverson

Presents the origins, basic beliefs, and evangelistic opportunities of the world's major religions in an Easy-to-Use, Full-Color Handbook with clear, concise chapters, charts, and illustrations. Included are Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Secularism, The New Age, and other world faiths.

 Christ Among Other gods  Edwin Lutzer.JPG

Christ Among Other Gods

Edwin Lutzer

The next time someone claims all religions teach the same basic truths, how will you respond? Here's the factual support you need to defend the primacy of Christ and counter the assertions of Buddah, Krishna, Bahaulah, and Zoroaster. 

The Compact Guide to World Religions  Dean Halverson  

The Compact Guide to World Religions

Dean Halverson

Most Christians come face-to-face with believers in Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, Judaism, Secularism, or New Age. This easy-to-use handbook presents the origins, basic beliefs, and evangelistic challenges of these and other religions.