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Mobile Ed: CS101 Biblical Worldview and Critical Thinking (4 hour course - audio)



In CS101 Biblical Worldview and Critical Thinking, esteemed Christian theologian and philosopher John Frame explores what it means to think like a Christian. He introduces philosophy, discusses reason and how to become a better thinker, and describes what goes into a worldview. Throughout the course, Dr. Frame emphasizes that “philosophy is a form of spiritual warfare,” stressing the importance of thinking about the world in a way that reflects God.

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Course Outline


  • Introducing the Speaker and Course

Unit 1: Christian Philosophy and Thinking

  • Introducing Philosophy
  • Philosophy and Becoming a Better Thinker

Unit 2: Critical Thinking

  • Learning How to Reason
  • Reasoning and Persuasion
  • Dealing with Self-Deception
  • The Relationship between Reasoning and Feelings and Emotions

Unit 3: Worldview

  • What Is a Worldview?
  • God, Atheism, and Worldview
  • The Circular Nature of Knowledge
  • Presuppositions for Christian Thinking

Unit 4: Perspectival Method

  • Major Divisions of Philosophy
  • The Three Perspectives of Divine Lordship
  • Understanding God Perspectivally
  • Is Perspectivalism Relativist?

Unit 5: Metaphysics

  • Metaphysics: The One and the Many
  • Teleology
  • Cause, Effect, and Science
  • Miracles and the Supernatural
  • Human Mind and Body
  • Theistic Proofs: Is There a God?

Unit 6: Epistemology

  • Epistemology: Three Schools of Thought
  • How Do We Know What We Know?
  • Typical Definition of Knowledge
  • Radical Doubt
  • How Can We Know God?

Unit 7: Ethics

  • Ethics: Three Non-Christian Views and Biblical View
  • Making Value Judgments
  • Relationship between Metaphysics, Epistemology, and Ethics
  • Objections to Christian Ethics
  • Love: The Highest Virtue
  • Value and the Highest Good


  • Conclusion to the Course

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John Frame

John M. Frame (b. 1939) is an American philosopher and a Calvinist theologian especially noted for his work in epistemology, presuppositional apologetics, systematic theology, and ethics. He is one of the foremost interpreters and critics of the thought of Cornelius Van Til. Dr. Frame formerly taught at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, and Westminster Theological Seminary.


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