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Shorter in length and accessible to readers, the "Developing a Christian Worldview" series is ideal for small-group study and classroom use. Each ...Show synopsisShorter in length and accessible to readers, the "Developing a Christian Worldview" series is ideal for small-group study and classroom use. Each chapter begins with prereading questions, and each study session is made up of newly written discussion questions, role-playing activities, and challenges to implement key insights. All are designed to help readers grasp Colson's arguments and learn how to use the points effectively with non-Christians.Hide synopsis
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