Roundtable informal conversations that take place over a cup of tea about faith, life, and culture.
Worldview Wednesdays are about Roundtable informal conversations about faith, life, and culture. You may say that here we have Christianity in the public square, in dialogue with other worldviews.
The journey of evangelism and discipleship takes time and engagement. It was Philip Jenkins who mentioned that Christianity has always been a movement in conversation. This view of Christianity in Uganda has been neglected. We have not placed the Bible in conversation with every aspect of life and our evangelism has been by far non-relational.
Evangelism previously succeeded in Uganda because postmodernism and the enlightenment philosophies had not so much questioned the validity of the Christian claims.
But this is slowly changing with the current technological advancements that enable one to access these philosophies on their smartphones in their bedrooms. More people are asking, and few Christians are answering.
Worldview Wednesday are about Roundtable informal conversations about faith, life, and culture. It is Christianity in the public square, in dialogue with other worldviews. Committedly biblical, we think that our generation must learn to think biblically and engage soberly, wisely responding to the questions of origin, morality, meaning, and destiny every heart poses. We desire to open avenues for respectful discussion and even polite disagreements.
These sessions are recorded and publicly shared. Worldview Wednesday aims at having conversations that matter.
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Welcome to our very first Episode of WorldView Wednesday.
We are extremely excited to be doing this!
We are committedly Evangelical and Reformed Christians that seek to see the glory of God manifest in all areas of life. We are also Ecumenical, which means that we partner with those Christian denominations and organizations that pursue the supreme glory of Christ in the whole world. We endeavour to keep the cross of Christ central, and the Bible as the final authority in matters of faith and all living