“Introduction to Worldview” Curriculum

One planned curriculum is called “An Introduction to Worldviews.” It will introduce the concept of worldview; survey and evaluate non-Christian philosophies and religions; present a Christian perspective on God, science, and ethics; and challenge students to live a Christian worldview with greater confidence, consistency, and impact. When completed, it will include over 20 hours of video instruction and additional resources.

The video presentations are given by Dr. Richard Knopp, Executive Director of Room For Doubt and Professor Emeritus of Philosophy & Apologetics at Lincoln Christian University.

Who’s It For?

For individuals or groups.
For church staff, church classes, small groups, college ministries, Christian high schools, high school youth, home schools, parents, and families.

What’s Included?

27 presentations (50 minutes each) that can be divided into shorter segments.
Basic outlines (with fill-in blanks).
A “Certificate of Achievement” for a sufficient level of participation.

What’s It Cost?

When available, the cost will be very reasonable and will depend on the size of the group that will watch the videos.


  1. The Worldview Concept (3 parts)
  2. The Biblical Emphasis on the Mind
  3. Christian Theism: An Overview
  4. Deism
  5. Secular Humanism (2 parts)
  6. Nihilism
  7. Existentialism (2 parts)
  8. Postmodernism (2 parts)
  9. Eastern Pantheism (2 parts)
  1. New Age
  2. Responding to Secular Humanism
  3. Responding to Relativistic Worldviews
  4. Responding to Pantheistic Worldviews
  5. The Worldview of Islam (2 parts)
  6. The Christian Concept of God
  7. A Christian Perspective on Science
  8. A Christian Perspective on Ethics (2 parts)
  9. Living a Christian Worldview (3 parts)

Excerpts and Outtakes

Here are some brief clips from “An Introduction to Worldviews”

Ask Good Questions

From “Responding to Secular Humanism”

Introduction Blooper

From “Islam”

Christ before me

From “Living a Christian Worldview”

When you’re in love…

From “Living a Christian Worldview”

One being (or not being) “intellectual”

From “The Christian Mind”

Eating with Doubt

From “Ethics”