Released in the UK July 2022
Released in the US July 2022
Pocket paperback | 112 Pages
9781527108431 • £3.99 $4.99
BISAC – REL012120
We all view the world through a certain lens. Depending on our upbringing, geography, experiences and a whole host of other influences, we will see life a certain way. Our understanding of truth, justice, love, and good and evil is shaped by what we hear and are taught. Using real–life stories and poignant historical overviews, Sharon James writes to equip the next generation with the wisdom needed to think through some of the most divisive cultural issues of our day.
Sharon James has written several books, and has spoken in conferences in many parts of the world. She studied history at Cambridge University, theology at Toronto Baptist Seminary, and has a doctorate from the University of Wales. Sharon is married to Bill, Principal of London Seminary. They have two grown–up children. She works for The Christian Institute.
Sharon James’s perspective as an historian and her diligence as an analyst of culture make everything that she writes important. But her conviction as a Christian historian and analyst makes everything she writes invaluable. Read this book to find truth, how it has changed the world, and how it has been embodied in a man who is the hope of the world.
Director, Christian Heritage London
Track: Worldview is an outstanding example of what it means to understand deeply in order to explain simply. The church owes Sharon James a great debt of thanks for the way she has worked through issue after issue in order to illustrate how Jesus is the rock and the world is sinking sand. Speaking personally, this resource has already been a great help, as I struggle away trying to teach my growing kids the faith at the breakfast table. Sharon has even put the key words I need in bold!
Author, Christianity Explored & Associate Minister at All Souls Church, Langham Place, London
With simplicity and clarity, Sharon James shows us the vital difference that the Christian faith and its worldview makes in people’s lives. In so doing, she turns upside down the caricature of Christianity as a religion of hate, anxiety, and oppression. Instead, she shows from the Bible and the experience of many that Christian faith works through love, guards the heart with divine peace, and motivates right and compassionate action. Highly recommended!
Joel R. Beeke
President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Sharon James is a clear writer who reads the culture through the lens of Scripture rather than reading the Scriptures through the lens of the culture. Her ‘Worldview’ contribution to the Track series is an excellent summary and introduction of some of the major cultural issues affecting the church today. The beauty of this little book is that it looks at these cultural issues with a clear personal application – after all, who is not interested in dignity, joy, purpose, suffering, God’s kindness, salvation, love, security, truth and fulfilment? It’s a lovely balanced and helpful book.
Well–known pastor and apologist