Polytheism and animism are two world views that see gods in nature or as super-humans. This notion is being promoted in the western world through eastern mysticism and new age teachings.
Atheism, the view that there dogmatically is no God, is popular and aggressive today. Psalm 14 reveals the irrational and unscientific nature of atheism.
Agnosticism is the view that there is not enough information to know that there is a God. Psalm 19 reminds us that “the truth is out there!”
Post modernism is the popular, but I believe short-lived, worldview of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. It correctly rejects the bankruptcy of modernism, and substitutes a philosophy of experiences, negation of absolute truth, and an inability to know anything for certain.
Modernism is the view that has at other times been referred to as religious liberalism and rationalism. It is the worldview characterized by the concept that “matter is all that matters.”
Christianity is not the only theistic view in the world. Mohammedanism and Judaism are monotheistic, and there are polytheistic religions such as Hinduism.
In James Sire’s book, The Universe Next Door, 7 basic questions are suggested that will help us comprehend what we really think the world is all about. This will open up what we truly think about God.
Did you know you have a worldview? Everyone does. It’s the basic assumptions you have about the nature of the world and life.
Universal moral principles are a proof of God’s existence. There is no natural explanation for conscience (Romans 2:14-15).
The anthropological argument takes us back to reasoning of Psalm 139. The fact of the uniqueness of human beings argues for the existence of God.