On this Ephesiology Podcast, Andrew and Michael discuss the recent Barna study on the American Worldview. The shocking, but not altogether surprising, data revealed that only 6 percent of Americans hold an identifiable “biblical” worldview. Our podcasters talk about the survey as well as correlating factors that have impacted this phenomenon. In the end, to change the trajectory of the American worldview will take introspection as we honestly examine who are we imitating: culture or Jesus?
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