Back in February, Paul Luedtke, a doctoral student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School reviewed Rethinking Worldview for The Portable Seminary. He writes: "...Re-thinking Worldview remains an important book and deserves a serious read because Bertrand’s approach is fresh, informed, and anchored in a global context." I particularly appreciate this observation:
"This book is of particular interest to those trying to understand, and engage the culture that surrounds them. In view of the current 'culture wars', where Evangelicals often see culture as something to either battle against or be isolated from, the author shows how correctly understanding a Biblical worldview and 'asking worldview questions' can be 'a way to open up the culture to deeper scrutiny. It ought to provide a fuller, richer experience of the world around us.'"He does take me to task for not demonstrating why correspondence, coherence and productivity are good tests for the validity of a worldview, and he found the alliteration (worldview, wisdom, witness) forced. My response? You may have a point.
I should take this opportunity to point out what a great resource The Portable Seminary is. If you want to take your theological education further, it's an excellent starting point.