The most recent Life and Books and Everything podcast episode has an interesting interview with Carl Trueman. At about 28 minutes in DeYoung and Trueman make some helpful comments about the dangers of reacting to left-wing errors with a no enemies, or no errors, to the right mentality. Also a some helpful, brief comments about the danger of Christian nationalism to the church.
This is followed by Trueman’s critique of the term worldview. One might think that someone who has the term “worldview” in his job title might object to Trueman’s critique. In fact, I’d agree with the substance of what he says while maintaining that the term still has utility. We address the problem of an overly intellectual approach to worldview by reminding students of Proverbs 1:7, which teaches that affections drive cognition.