Question 1:

Non-Christians see reality through the eyes of their fallen nature. Many things change when a person first becomes a Christian, but learning to see reality with the eyes of Christ is a gradual sanctification process.

What will a Christian student do with a theologically correct worldview message when it is viewed from a perspective that is still heavily influenced by their fallen nature?

Question 2:

What is more important for the benefit of your students: what they know, or what they trust?

Question 3:

What are the HIDDEN biases and perspectives in your students that cause them to not trust God to provide all their needs?




Thoughts for Christian University Administrators

All colleges and universities, especially Christian universities, want and need more quality online courses that:
  1. improve finances by retaining more of the credit hour revenue through lower delivery costs,
  2. provide students more scheduling flexibility, and
  3. deliver more effective education aligned with their mission.
We have developed a turn-key course resource that can bring $400 per student straight to your bottom line. Students can take the course anytime, anywhere and discover new and relevant ways to think Biblically.

Also, our research indicates that Christian educators have been searching for years for a tool that will measure a person’s genuine spirituality in their heart. We now have that tool and it could be strategic for you.

Let’s talk about it. Email us at info@b4worldview.com or call us at (864) 256-1954.

Question 4:

The built-in hidden biases in your students work against their ownership of the Christian worldview you are trying to teach them.

Would you be interested in a low-cost alternative for identifying, disrupting, and dislodging these built-in hidden biases in your students?



© b4worldview 2018