This site is dedicated to helping each other develop and live with a Biblical worldview. We have already noted that the idea of a secular/spiritual split, or dualism, was never God’s idea for His Church. Yet, this worldview was propagated shortly after the birth of the Church, in an effort to nullify the effects of Christianity in a pagan society. So, we should not be surprised today when we experience a push back by those in our world who demand we keep our faith, our prayers and our Biblical worldviews inside our church buildings on weekends.
“Because the Protestant Reformers did not craft an alternative philosophy to scholasticism, many of their followers slipped back into the same medieval nature/grace dualism. We see the effects today when Christians assume they can attend church and Bible study on the weekend and then, during the week, simply accept whatever concepts and theories are current in their professional field. One Christian philosopher goes so far as to insist it would be wrong to apply biblical principles to his work.” (Total Truth, by Nancy Pearsey)
Contrary to the dualism of his day and ours, the Apostle Paul, wrote in 1 Cor. 10:31 “Whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.”