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What Opposing Worldview is the Most Pressing for Christianity Today?

Which opposing worldview is the most pressing for the Church today? How can Christians think carefully about different perceptions of reality and respond well when met with opposition? How do rational and intellectual movements differ from moral or emotional movements?

Philosopher, apologist, and seminary president Jamie Dew helps listeners think through these difficult questions. Rather than accusations of irrationality, Dew believes that there is a bigger threat against Christians today – the claim that historic beliefs of Christianity are intrinsically immoral. This requires a different response from the Church than past opposition warranted. Ethics, apologetics, and even aesthetics must come together in order to adequately respond to the task at hand.

Jamie Dew

Jamie Dew (Ph.D., University of Birmingham; Ph.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary), is professor of Christian philosophy at and president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Science and Theology, and co-author of Philosophy: A Christian IntroductionUnderstanding Postmodernism: A Christian Perspective; and How Do We Know? An Introduction to Epistemology. Jamie and his wife, Tara, are the parents of two sets of twins – Natalie and Nathan, Samantha and Samuel.

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