Welcome to Divine Worldview with Dr. John Diamond. Our YouTube channel was created to establish a platform for providing FREE continuing online content in order to train individuals to see the reality of the creation from a divine perspective. This philosophy is sometimes referred to as Biblical worldview, Christian worldview or even Judeo-Christian worldview and these truths are derived from the text of the Old and New Testaments – God’s instruction manual to mankind.   

What is a biblical or divine worldview? We believe that a person’s worldview is essentially how that person see the world and will determine not only how they live their life but also where they will spend eternity. Those who hold a secular worldview, view the world as temporal since they have no ability to see life beyond their own reason and experience. Those who hold a Divine worldview, view the world not ONLY from their own reason and experience, but rather seek to understand the world and eternity from a heavenly perspective. 

 

However, having a DIVINE WORLDVIEW encompasses far more than simply possessing and reading the biblical text. It is not enough to possess and even study the sacred scriptures alone unless one’s spiritual eyes are open to comprehend what we are reading. Christianity today is divided into countless sects and denominations because many Christian leaders cannot even agree upon what the text of the scriptures are trying to tell us.

Therefore, the key to biblical interpretation (hermeneutics) and ultimately Christian unity, lies in our ability to properly interpret the Holy Scripture. Yet, Christ taught that there would still be those who would have eyes but fail to see, and ears but fail to hear. (Mark 8:18). Unless God, through His Holy Spirit opens up the scriptures to us, we will not have the ability to “comprehend the Scriptures.” (Luke 24:45). May we pray as King David prayed: "Open my eyes, that I may see wondrous things from Your law." (Ps 119:18)

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