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Change the Worldview. . .Change the World

Paul Hiebert says, "Worldviews are the most fundamental and encompassing views of reality shared by a people in a culture" (Transforming Worldviews, 2008, p. 84). A worldview is a grid through which one interprets and interacts with all aspects of life. Everyone has a worldview, although generally it is outside of one's awareness. Worldview grids are emotionally held; they shape personal and collective identities. As a whole system a worldview gives meaning to every aspect of life. They are usually formed in affectionate relationships, mostly through stories, and reinforced through experience. In fact, stories are the final frontier in any conflict between worldviews.

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