Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why is worldview important?
A: Our worldview is made up of our fundamental assumptions about reality, so it affects not only our thinking, but our behavior toward ourselves, others and God. Read more here.
Q: What is the Colson Center?
A: The Colson Center for Christian Worldview exists to help you build the foundational thinking only offered by a biblical outlook of reality. But this is more than just a website or a radio broadcast to provide information. It’s a movement.
Q: Who is Chuck Colson?
A: Charles W. Colson, former Special Counsel to President Nixon, is the founder of Prison Fellowship, BreakPoint and the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. You can read more about "Chuck" here.
Q: How are BreakPoint and the Colson Center related?
A: The Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview started in September 2009 as a result of BreakPoint's nearly 20-year ministry through national radio broadcasts, publications and teaching programs. The Colson Center's Executive Director, John Stonestreet, is, along with Eric Metaxas, one of the voices of BreakPoint.
Q: What subjects does the Colson Center have information about?
A: The Colson Center provides information on just about any topic you can imagine relating to the Christian view of reality. You can search entire site here, or search the Colson Center Worldview Library which offers abstracts of over 20,000 articles, books, and speeches from a wide variety of sources and reading levels.
Q: Who can use this website?
A: Anyone interested in the Christian Worldview! We offer a broad range of resources designed to suit readers and participants from all backgrounds. Click here to browse for specific resources, programs and communities which suit your needs.
Q: What is regularly updated on the Colson Center?
A: All of the Content in our Worldview Journal, as well as columns, feature articles and news are updated regularly.
Q: What kinds of email subscriptions does the Colson Center offer?
A: The Colson Center currently offers nine regular newsletters, corresponding to features like the daily BreakPoint broadcast, ViewPoint, Youth Reads, Ekklesia. You can subscribe to any of them here.
Q: How can I support the Colson Center and its sister sites?
A: Consider financially supporting The Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. For more details click here.