Latest Surveys Show a Worldview of Difference

Tony Perkins

People are reading the Bible more than ever these days -- and based on a new survey, they need to! Only six percent of adults in this country have what George Barna defines as a "biblical worldview" -- a shocker of a statistic that has more Christians wondering, what on earth are parents and churches teaching?

He's been in the business for more than 25 years -- interviewing tens of thousands of people. And here's one thing George Barna has learned: No one has a pure worldview. It doesn't matter if their worldview is biblical, postmodernism, secular humanism, new age, mysticism, whatever it may be. To some degree, he says, "we all pick and choose things that make sense to us and feel good... [then] we wrap it all together in this unique package..." But the problem for Christians is, more and more of that package doesn't include the black and white truth of God's word.

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