Category Archives: Lecture Notes

Worldviews Overheads 2

 

Lecture Note 1 – Chinese Worldview

Lecture Note 2 – Indian Worldview

Lecture Note 3 – New Age Worldviews

Lecture Note 4 – Modern Worldview

Lecture Note 5 – Modern Worldview Themes

Lecture Note 6 – Notes on Modern Worldview

Lecture Note 7 – Worldview Themes of Modernity 1

Lecture Note 8 – Worldview Themes of Modernity 2

Lecture Note 9 – Organization

Lecture Note 10 – Postmodern Worldview

Lecture Note 11 – How to Communicate the Gospel in a Postmodern World 1

Lecture Note 12 – Glocal Worldview

Lecture Note 13 – Toward a Biblical Worldview

Lecture Note 14 – Transforming Worldviews

Lecture Note 15 – Worldview Transformation

Lecture Note 16 – Recovery of the Mission

Lecture Note 17 – Researching Worldviews

Lecture Note 18 – Changing Worldviews

Lecture Note 19 – The Gospel in the Context of Modernity

Lecture Note 20 – Toward a Biblical Worldview 1

Lecture Note 21 – The Biblical Worldview Outlined in Genesis

 

Figure 1 – Portraits of Jesus

Figure 2 – Confrontation between Primal and High Religions

Figure 3 – African Independent Churches

Figure 4 – Religious Revitalization Movements

Figure 5 – Trends in Missions, Toward a New Paradigm for the 21st Century

Figure 6 – History of Worldviews in the West

Figure 7 – Modern, Postmodern, and Global Worldviews

Figure 8 – Church and Sect Types

 

Worldviews Overheads 1

 

Syllabus 1 – Worldview and Evangelization 1

Syllabus 2 – Worldview and Evangelization 2

 

Lecture Note 1 – Why Study Worldviews

Lecture Note 2 – Critical Contextualization

Lecture Note 3 – Studying Humans

Lecture Note 4 – Definitions and History

Lecture Note 5 – Nature of Worldviews

Lecture Note 6 – Depth in Culture

Lecture Note 7 – Epistemology

Lecture Note 8 – Configurational

Lecture Note 9 – Generative

Lecture Note 10 – An Analytical Model of Worldviews

Lecture Note 11 – Dimensions of Culture

Lecture Note 12 – Themes and Counter themes

Lecture Note 13 – Cognitive Themes

Lecture Note 14 – Worldview of Time

Lecture Note 15 – Affective Themes

Lecture Note 16 – Evaluative Themes

Lecture Note 17 – Categories

Lecture Note 18 – Logics

Lecture Note 19 – Methods for Analyzing Worldviews

 

Other 1 – First Class Introduction

 

Figure 1 – Depth in Worldviews

Figure 2 – Typology of Sets

Figure 3 – Paradigms

Figure 4 – Logics Figure 5 – Different Worldviews

Figure 6 – Affective Dimension

Figure 7 – Tribal Worldview

Figure 8 – Connection of beliefs, signs, realities

 

Worldview Sources

 

Lecture Note 1 – Concrete Functional Logic

 

Student Paper 1

Student Paper 2

 

Reading 1 – Dorothy Lee – Lineal and Nonlineal Codifications of Reality

Reading 2 – Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek

Reading 3 – Intelligent Design

Reading 4 – Morris Edward – Opler Themes As Dynamic Forces in Culture

Reading 5 – Richard A. Shweder – Determinations of Meaning, Discourse and Moral Socialization

Reading 6 – Richard A. Shweder – Divergent Rationalities

Reading 7 – Rosalie H. Wax – The Process of Disenchantment, Magical and Disenchanted Moral Logic

Reading 8 – Walter J. Ong, S.J. – World as View and World as Event

 

Worldview Bibliography (Worldview Bib)

 

Bibliography 1 – The Concept of the Self

Bibliography 2 – African Traditional Religions

Bibliography 3 – Japanese Worldview

Bibliography 4 – Themes in Modernity

Bibliography 5 – Modern and Postmodern Worldview

Bibliography 6 – Values

Bibliography 7 – Space

Bibliography 8 – Biblical Worldview

Bibliography 9 – American Worldview 1

Bibliography 10 – Case Studies in Worldview

Bibliography 11 – Worldview and Worldview Change

Bibliography 12 – Time

 

Worldview Articles (Worldview Articles, Class 2006)

 

Lecture Note 1 – Clean and Dirty, Cross Cultural Misunderstandings

Lecture Note 2 – Spiritual Warfare, Four Competing Worldviews

Lecture Note 3 – The Gospel in Human Contexts, Changing Perceptions of Contextualization

Lecture Note 4 – Worldview Transformation

 

Bibliography 1 – Newbigin’s Literature

 

Hiebert Article 1 – Epistemological Foundations for Science and Theology

Hiebert Article 2 – Traffic Patterns in Seattle and Dyderabad, Immediate and Mediate Transactions

 

Reading 1 – It’s Not About Reflections on the Book of Jonah

 

Worldview 1 (Yellow Label)

 

Lecture Note 1 – My Worldview Pilgrimage

Lecture Note 2 – Worldview, Pattern variables

Lecture Note 3 – Worldview and a Systems-of-Systems View of Human Realities

Lecture Note 4 – Methods for Discovering Worldviews

Lecture Note 5 – Ancient Worldviews

Lecture Note 6 – Worldview Differences, Traditional and Modern Societies

Lecture Note 7 – IndoEuropean Worldview

Lecture Note 8 – Latin American and AngloSaxon Worldviews

Lecture Note 9 – Japanese Worldview

Lecture Note 10 – Chinese Worldview

Lecture Note 11 – Korean Worldview

Lecture Note 12 – Brazilian Worldview

Lecture Note 13 – Thai Worldview

Lecture Note 14 – Bali Time

Lecture Note 15 – Modern Worldview

Lecture Note 16 – Postmodern Worldview

Lecture Note 17 – Global Worldview

Lecture Note 18 – New Age Worldview

Lecture Note 19 – Greek Worldview

Lecture Note 20 – Biblical Worldview

Lecture Note 21 – Spiritual Warfare and Worldview

Lecture Note 22 – Split-Level Christianity

Lecture Note 23 – Four Worldviews of Spiritual Realities

Lecture Note 24 – Diachronic Worldview Themes

Lecture Note 25 – Worldview Comparisons

Lecture Note 26 – Gender and Worldview

Lecture Note 27 – Uses of the Mind

Lecture Note 28 – Changing Views of Others

Lecture Note 29 – Rationality, Metaphilosophy

Lecture Note 30 – Systems of Logics

Lecture Note 31 – Science and Morality

Lecture Note 32 – Worldview and Worldview Transformation in Korea

Lecture Note 33 – The Secular Humanist, New Age and Christian Worldviews

Lecture Note 34 – Levels of Culture

Lecture Note 35 – Systems of Logic

Lecture Note 36 – Set Theory and Conversion

Lecture Note 37 – Evaluative Criterion

Lecture Note 38 – Dennis O’Brien, The Disappearing Moral Curriculum

 

Figure 1 – The Greco-Roman and Hebrew Worldviews

Figure 2 – Denominations

Figure 3 – Dimensions of Culture and Worldview

 

Table 1 – Modern and Postmodern Worldviews

 

Student Paper 1 – Nzuzi Mukawa, Salvationin Bantu Concept and Modern View

Student Paper 2 – Svein Strand, Worldview and Evangelism in Japan

 

Bibliography 1 – Introduction to Worldview

Bibliography 2 – Time and Space

Bibliography 3 – Cross-Cultural Ethics

Bibliography 4 – African Worldview

Bibliography 5 – Japanese Worldview

Bibliography 6 – Themes in Modernity

Bibliography 7 – Primal Worldview

Bibliography 8 – Guilt and Shame

Bibliography 9 – Values

Bibliography 10 – Biblical Worldview

Bibliography 11 – Modern Worldview

Bibliography 12 – Postmodern Worldview

 

Reading 1 – David Maranz – Senegalese Friends and Money Matters

Reading 2 – Immanuel Wallerstein – Open the Social Sciences

 

Worldview 1 (White Label)

 

Lecture Note 1 – Origins of the Concept of World View

Lecture Note 2 – Time and Space in Worldview

Lecture Note 3 – Worldview and Church Planting

Lecture Note 4 – Worldview of Modernity and Postmodernity

Lecture Note 5 – The New Age Movement

Lecture Note 6 – Worldviews in Various Countries

Lecture Note 7 – Worldview Change

Lecture Note 8 – Philippine Seminar, World View and Systems of Explanation

Lecture Note 9 – Towards A Christian World View

Lecture Note 10 – Role of Values in the Social Sciences

Lecture Note 11 – Notes on Story

Lecture Note 12 – The Technological Society of Jacques Ellul

Lecture Note 13 – How Rightly to Divide the Word of Truth

Lecture Note 14 – Christianity and the Muslim World View

Lecture Note 15 – Walter Wink, Engaging the Powers

Lecture Note 16 – Power Encounter

Lecture Note 17 – Ancient Cosmologies

Lecture Note 18 – Douglas, Mary. Natural Symbols

 

Chart 1 – Worldview Models, Charts and Figures

Chart 2 – Advatta Vedanta Hindu World View

Chart 3 – Contrastive Features of Different Societies

 

Figure 1 – Grid and Group Comparisons

Figure 2 – A Sociocultural Matrix of World Views

Figure 3 – Structure of the Panajachel World View

Figure 4 – Sect-Type and Church-Type Community

Figure 5 – Principles of Contextualization

Figure 6 – A Model of Acculturation Processes

 

Bibliography 1 – World View, A General Bibliography

Bibliography 2 – World View

Bibliography 3 – Primitive World View

Bibliography 4 – Modernity

Bibliography 5 – Biblical World View

Bibliography 6 – American World View

Bibliography 7 – American National Character

Bibliography 8 – New Japanese Religions

 

Reading 1 – A. Irving Hallowell, Cultural Factors in Spatial Orientation

Reading 2 – Delbert Wiens, Incarnation and Ideal, the Story of a Truth Becoming Heresy

Reading 3 – Frederick Reif, Jill Larkin, Cognition in Scientific and Everyday Domains, Comparison and Learning Implications

Reading 4 – G.Dal Congdon, An Investigation into the current Zulu worldview and its relevance to missionary work

Reading 5 – Katie Kaori Hayashi, Understnading Shinju, and the Tragedy of Fumiko Kimura

Reading 6 – Marc R. Spindler, Europe’s Neo-Paganism, A Perverse Inculturation

Reading 7 – Generalization and Abstraction

Reading 8 – Peter Beger, Technological Production and Consciousness

Reading 9 – Theodore Roszak, In Search of the Miraculous

Reading 10 – Richard C. Halverson, the National Character from Capitol Hill

Reading 11 – Typer Marshall, Time-it’s Timeless for Most Hundus