The Native Tourist
reformed/biblical observations on Christianity and culture

Friday, April 27, 2007
How Worldview/Faith Makes a Difference
is wonderfully demonstrated in this short article on how Western culture is shaped by Trinitarian thoughtfrom Doug Wilson which originally appeared in Tabletalk.

It astonishes me how many evangelicals (including Reformed) want to assert that cultural stuff is neutral - just a common grace thing common to all people Christian and non-Christian alike. Thus it is asserted that ther is no unique Christian way of painting, plumbing, educating, etc.

Wilson demonstrates how our faith makes a profound difference in how we see and work. It shapes all that we do.

Could it be that we are so used to doing things in a trinitarian manner that we just don't see it?