Transforming Worldviews

Author: Paul G. Hiebert
Publisher: Baker Academic
ISBN: 1441200983
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This book is a wonderful example of his stimulating thought. Everyone interested in communicating the gospel among today's multiplicity of cultures will want to listen to what Paul Hiebert says in this book.

Human Rights In Deuteronomy

Author: Daisy Yulin Tsai
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110364425
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The universe of the Bible is thus to be seen as human-centered. Human beings
are the J. J. Finkelstein, The Ox That Gored (Philadelphia: The American
Philosophical Society, 1981). Paul G. Hiebert, Transforming Worldviews: An
Anthropological Understanding of How People Change (Grand Rapids: Baker
Academic, 2008). Evan Fox-Decent, “Is the Rule of Law Really Indifferent to
Human Rights,” Law and Philosophy 27 (2008): 533–581. A law book consists of
hree parts: ...

Need To Know

Author: John G. Stackhouse Jr.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199376972
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... and worldviews that comprise our most basic convictions. Each of these
elements, furthermore, are in a dialectical relationship with each other. A diagram
of Laudan's model appears in Paul G. Hiebert, Transforming Worldviews: An
Anthropological Understanding of How People Change (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker
Academic, 2008), 80; Hiebert cites Larry Laudan, Progress and Its Problems:
Towards a Theory of Scientific Growth (Berkeley: University of California Press,
1977), n.p. 36.


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Transforming Worldviews: An Anthropological Understanding of How People
Change By Paul G. Hiebert Grand Rapids, MI: BakerAcademic 2008. 367pp.,
paper. $24.99 Reviewed by Darrell Whiteman Transforming Worldviews is
Hiebert at his best, and unfortunately his last. Those familiar with Hiebert's writing
over the past thirty years will recognize familiar themes, such as Christian
conversion interpreted from centered and bounded set theory; epistemologies of
positivism, ...

Perspectives On Science And Christian Faith

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TRANSFORMING WORLDVIEWS: An Anthropological Understanding of How
People Change by Paul G. Hiebert. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2008.
368 pages. Paperback; $24.99. ISBN: 9780801027055. Paradigm Shifts is a
Festschrift collection honoring the contributions of the influential missiologist
Charles Kraft. The book's structure is grounded in the recognition that
contemporary missiology has been profoundly influenced by Kraft's application of
ideas from the discipline ...

Publisher: สำนักพิมพ์มติชน
ISBN: 9740203493
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Who Needs A Missionary

Author: Robert Reese
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630871818
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Jesus explained that his illustrations meant that some people allowed trouble,
persecution, the cares of life, or the lure of earthly wealth to crowd out the Spirit's
work in conversion (Matt 13:21–22). How can we tell whether a person's
conversion is deep or shallow? Only time can show that, since Jesus said it is by
our fruits that people can recognize what is really in our hearts (Matt 7:16–20),
and fruits take time to mature. Conversion is not simply a worldview change or a
paradigm shift, ...

21st Century Anthropology A Reference Handbook

Author: H. James Birx
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1452266301
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The social facts a historian deals with are related to dominant but changing social
forces that appear dissimilar to people with different points of reference. These
social ... Historical trends then presuppose that a transformation is happening
with these social facts. Changes ... New sets of assumptions that constitute a way
of viewing reality for the community are forged from what is left over from past
worldviews, creating an acknowledged understanding that becomes recognized
as real.

Natural Resource Use And Global Change

Author: K. Bruckmeier
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137303158
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Ecological or ecocentric worldviewsthatarticulate the dependence of humans on
natureoften retain a diffuse understanding of this dependence in functional terms
of biological dependence. With the ... That happened in Malthusianism and social
Darwinism,inmodern philosophical anthropology (e.g.,Gehlen), and in modern
environmentalism with some irritating ideas about authoritarian ecology (e.g.,
Ehrlich, Hardin), with worldviews and paradigms thatspread with ethology (
Lorenz), ...