Cultural Research Center

George Barna offers roadmap to help more Americans embrace a biblical worldview

"After highlighting that only 6% of U.S. adults possess a biblical worldview, George Barna, director of research at Arizona Christian University’s Cultural Research Center,  concluded that 'the only viable way to transform America is by restoring its collective worldview to reflect biblical principles.'" - CPost

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Cultural Research Center: We’re Experiencing Another Reformation, and Not in a Good Way

"A new report released Tuesday by the Cultural Research Center (CRC) of Arizona Christian University has a troubling conclusion.... Unlike the Protestant Reformation, whose goal was to return to the foundational teachings of the Bible, this modern movement is one where Americans are redefining biblical beliefs according to secular values."- C.Leaders

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Student Worldview Inventory launched at Arizona Christian Univ. Cultural Research Center

"Starting this academic year, under the direction of veteran researcher Dr. George Barna and the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University, the Student Worldview Inventory  will specifically measure the worldview of students when they start their ACU academic career, as well as at the beginning of each academic year and finally, when they graduate." - ACU

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Survey: “a majority of people who describe themselves as Christian (52%) accept a ‘works-oriented’ means to God’s acceptance.”

"huge proportions of people associated with churches whose official doctrine says eternal salvation comes only from embracing Jesus Christ as savior believe that a person can qualify for Heaven by being or doing good. That includes close to half of all adults associated with Pentecostal (46%), mainline Protestant (44%), and evangelical (41%) churches. A much larger share of Catholics (70%) embrace that point of view." - AWVI 2020

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Record low number of Americans hold biblical worldview, survey says

"Born again Christians . . . were three times more likely than average to have a biblical worldview (19%). However, the fact that not quite one out of five born again adults holds a biblical worldview highlights the extensive decline of core Christian principles in America over the last several decades" - CPost

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