Only Two Religions

There can be only two religions—worship of the Creator or worship of creation. By better understanding the present cultural context, you will be equipped to more clearly articulate the Christian faith and worldview to a world in need of redemption.

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    Take this course with Ligonier Connect students from around the world. In the Worldwide Class, you'll be able to:

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About this course

If you survey the religious landscape of modern culture, you will encounter an astonishingly diverse range of views. But beneath the surface, these seemingly disparate spiritualities share a common worldview, one that is radically opposed to the Christian faith. In this course, join Dr. Peter Jones as he examines the worldview and fundamental religious convictions that drive modern culture. He demonstrates that in the final analysis, there can be only two religions—worship of the Creator or worship of creation. By better understanding the present cultural context, you will be equipped to more clearly articulate the Christian faith and worldview to a world in need of redemption.

This course has been approved by the Association of Christian Schools International for one Continuing Education Unit.

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  • Getting Started

    • Welcome to Only Two Religions

      • read Hello and welcome
      • read Tips
  • Lessons

    • Lesson 1: Explaining Modern Culture

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 2: The Rise and Fall of Secular Humanism

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 3: Carl Jung’s Alternative Spirituality

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 4: Paganism in the Shadows

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 5: Paganism in the Spotlight

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 6: Pagan Sexuality

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 7: From Personal Spirituality to Worldview

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 8: Where Is Society Headed?

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 9: Unbiblical Responses

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 10: Articulating a Biblical Worldview

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 11: Living in Holiness

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
    • Lesson 12: Thinking with a Discerning Mind

      • read Introduction
      • watch Video Lecture
      • to-do Discuss
      • Take Assessment
  • Conclusion

    • Conclusion

      • read Recommended for you
      • to-do Reflect

About the teacher

Peter Jones

Dr. Peter Jones is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America and is the Executive Director of truthXchange. He has authored books on paganism, including One or Two: Seeing a World of Difference.

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