Only 6 Percent of Americans Hold to a Dominantly Biblical Worldview: Study
Christian Headlines - According to a new study by the Cultural Research Center (CRC) at Arizona Christian University, nearly nine in 10 U.S. American adults hold to a mixture of worldviews, otherwise known as syncretism.
The research was the first release in CRC's American Worldview Inventory 2021 survey, which observes a biblical worldview and six prominent competing worldviews — Secular Humanism, Postmodernism, Moralistic Therapeutic Deism, Nihilism, Marxism (including Critical Theory) and Eastern Mysticism.
However, when pitted against each other, veteran researcher Dr. George Barna found that 88 percent of U.S. adults hold to a mixture of worldviews instead of adhering to one single worldview. This blend of worldviews is known as syncretism, something Barna says is a "cut-and-paste approach to making sense of life."
"Rather than developing an internally consistent and philosophically coherent perspective, Americans embrace points of view or actions that feel comfortable or most convenient," he noted.
"Those beliefs and behaviors are often....READ MORE
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