Is Biblical Worldview Relevant to Today?

Christine Davidson October 29, 2018

Escape to Faith and Freedom offers multi-generational relevance today for families. Parents concerned about dystopian worldly culture will find renewed courage in this timeless allegory of hope and deliverance.

Shocking report! Youth suicide rose 70% in past decade. Preoccupation with death looms everywhere—in books, on Netflix, in school, in politics.

Where can we find peace?

All thy children shall be taught of the Lord, and great shall be the peace of thy children. -Isaiah 54:13

Young people who have grown up with freedom and convenience tend to take it for granted because they don’t know what it’s like to be without God, and without freedom.

Question: How can we impart biblical values to generations from whom the Bible has been banned for decades?

Answer: By restoring the Judeo-Christian way of life with eternal truths of the biblical worldview, families can discover, not only relevance today, but also multi-generational bonding. Before today’s young adults were born, in the traditional Judeo-Christian culture, life was simpler. Families ate dinner together, talking with one another, passing on epic stories of Judeo-Christian heritage to rising generations. Americans proudly pledged allegiance to the flag and honored those who defend their liberty. Boy Scouts symbolized integrity and morality. Stores closed Sundays and traditional holidays. Wholesome TV programs and movies presented heroic role models. Schools required reading of classics like Les Miserables, Lord of the Rings, and A Tale of Two Cities. Many biblical worldview metaphors, like armor of God or David and Goliath, were as familiar to everyone as a favorite pair of slippers. The Ten Commandments, and the life and liberty they protect, were held sacred.

Can we escape reality? No, but we can journey to freedom, with faith as our guide.

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