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Prevailing Worldviews of Western Society Since 1500 **E-BOOK**

The late Dr. Martin examines the basic worldviews that have shaped culture and civilization from the 1500s to the present and extrapolates what worldviews will shape the future. This text is a concise study of the conflicting worldviews we face today. It is published from the author’s lectures and retains his engaging style. Dr. Martin analyzes the structures and procedures which inform government, law, economics, and international relations. He links these institutions to their underlying philosophical and theological roots.

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Every person . . . will either know what he or she believes in why . . . or will be led or victimized by those who do. Thus, each person is eather a leader or led, influential or influenced.

Glenn R. Martin (1934-2004) served as chair of the Division of Social Sciences at Indiana Wesleyan University for over thirty years. Along with his wife, Bety, the Martins conducted a teaching ministry impacting thousands of students, many of whom are engaged today in scholarship, teaching, pastoral leadership, law, and government service in the United States and around the world.

Who are we and how to we exist? How do we know? What, if anything, is the ultimate value? Where are we going? In this book, compiled from his lectures, the late Dr. Martin answers these questions and more.

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SKU DIG389
Available Date Jun 20, 2016
Release Date Jun 20, 2016
Author Dr. Glenn Martin
ISBN ISBN 13: 9781931283694
ISBN 10: 1931283699
Format e-book
Page Count 262
Additional Information HISTORY / Europe / Western