What You Believe Determines What You Do

pair of glasses on Bible verse about St. Peter

FACT is committed to helping Tennesseans develop a strong, biblical worldview that can be applied in the real world, because the actions of individuals determine the state of our culture as a whole.

Too often even devoted, born-again, church-attenders have a worldview in which they think biblically on religious topics, but they think in worldly terms when it comes to other topics such as ethics, evolution, history, politics, finances, work, marriage, parenting, entertainment, etc. This is called “dualism,” and it is the thinking that has allowed faith to be marginalized in our culture.

A biblical worldview will allow Christians to engage culture at all levels and bring the light of truth to the public square.

Applying Your Biblical Worldview

We developed The Stand for Truth Seminar to help you to apply a biblical worldview in the community where you live and work here in Tennessee. This Saturday seminar, typically offered in the fall,  is taught by FACT President David Fowler, who has more than 20 years experience in the public square. Anyone who wants to know how to stand firm in the moral chaos that is our current culture and learn how to communicate more effectively with those who do not share your biblical values should attend this seminar.

WTN University’s Worldviews 101 Class

SuperTalk 99.7 WTN morning talk show host Michael DelGiorno and David Fowler, President of the Family Action Council of Tennessee, and formerly a Tennessee State Senator and a member of the Bryan College faculty, teamed up to conduct WTN University: Worldviews 101.

This 17-week semester program, originally featured every Monday from 10 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on SuperTalk 99.7 fall 2013, is now available as a podcast.

WTN University’s Worldview 101 Class