Biblical worldview

In Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity, Nancy Pearcey defines worldview as a mental map of how our world works and how one effectively navigates a life in this world.  She asserts, "To say that Christianity is the truth about total reality means that it is a full-orbed worldview.  . . . a [B]iblically informed persepctive on all reality."

We believe the Christian Bible is the inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of the living God.  It informs us of the origin and nature of our physical world and ourselves.  It describes in detail and illustrates at length the nature of the human condition and the reason for this condition. 

And it describes at length and illustrates in detail the nature of God's response to our condition, our fallenness, that we brought on ourselves in Adam.

There is redemption in a Savior, Jesus Christ.  He's our way out of our fallenness.  He's the only way out.

It's by faith alone in Christ alone by God's grace alone for His glory alone that anyone is redeemed, saved from our fallenness to an eternity with God the Father in Jesus Christ the Son.

This is our worldview and the persepctive from which we regard and understand the human drama.

We've judged these eight films as 'must see' because they showcase well the Biblical persepctive on one or more dimensons of the human experience; e.g., faithfulness to the Word, the nature of our fallenness, relationships, esteeming others more than oneself. Six are rated R, one is PG-13 and one is PG. HENRY POOLE IS HERE is rated PG and, we think, OK for family viewing. The Book of Eli is rated R and is not so much for the family.