Worldviews and Culture:
Interacting with Charles Kraft, N. T. Wright, & Scripture
by Rev. Ralph Allan Smith
Charles Kraft's views on culture and the Gospel have been influential in
Christian missions for years, but a careful consideration of his views suggests
that they are relativistic, in part because they are built upon fundamental
misconceptions of the relationship between culture and worldview. N. T.
Wright offers a more Biblical perspective on the meaning of worldview and
the importance of narrative for Christian theology. This essay suggests
the addition of a covenantal perspective on the subject.
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