Index of Selected Key Lectures in the b4worldview Course

 

The below video lectures and chart are provided to

facilitate  personal review  and  group discussions.

 

 

Session 1: Key thought for this session: My worldviews are what make me think, feel, and act as I do.

 

       Intro lectures:

o    Lesson 1

o    Lesson 2

o    Lesson 3

o    Lesson 4

      Worldview affects how we make important life choices Lesson 12

      Your worldview affects how you THINK, FEEL and ACT Lesson 38

      Worldview thoughts relating to motivating your followers Lesson 42

 

 

 

Session 2: Key thought for this session: I came into this world yearning for an abundant and virtuous life; what happened?

 

      Intro to Identity Lesson 50

      The Three Types of Identity Lesson 51

      Social Identity Lesson 52

      Personal Identity Lesson 59

      Natural Identity Lesson 69

      Baked-In Biases Lesson 70

 

 

Session 3: Key thought for this session: The outcome of my life fits my priorities.

 

      Introduction to 3 types of lifeBody, Soul and Spirit Lesson 86

      How Personal Satisfaction is affected by WorldviewLesson 87

      Where soul satisfaction comes from Lesson 88

      Intro to discussion on source of PURPOSE Lesson 89

      Intro to discussion on source of JOY Lesson 90

      Intro to discussion on source of HOPE Lesson 92

      Intro to discussion on source of FREEDOM Lesson 91

      Intro to discussion on source of ESTEEM Lesson 94

      Intro to discussion on source of Sense of BELONGING Lesson 95

      Two ways to look at life: The Column A or Column B Worldview Lesson 103

 

 

Session 4:  Key thought for this session: Lack of TRUST reduces the effectiveness of my community.

 

      Introduction to the worldview of Community Lesson 110

      Functions of Community and Type 1 Community defined Lesson 111

      Type 2 and Type 3 Community Defined Lesson 112

      The dynamics of tension and trust in a community Lesson 121

 

 

 

Session 5: Key thought for this session: Without the context of a bigger stage, BEING TRUE TO SELF is a flattering allegiance to bias and voices of deception.

      Introduction to Being True to Self Lesson 140

      The influence of Perception on Worldview Lesson 141

      Some personal factors that influence perception Lesson 144

      How culture can impact what we perceive, interpret and do Lesson 145

      How biases affect our perception, interpretation and action, Part 1 Lesson 178

      How biases affect our perception, interpretation and action, Part 2 Lesson 179

      How our identity affects what we do Lesson 185

      How our view of Social Exchange affects what we do Lesson 186

      Virtue that is not exchange-based Lesson 198

      Session Wrap-Up and Closing Comments Lesson 203

 

 

Session 6: Key thought for this session: If any outcome of life is acceptable to me, then any path will get me there.

 

      Intro part 1 Lesson 210

      Intro part 2 Lesson 211

      Intro part 3 Lesson 212

      Worldview and the Human Dilemma Lesson 215

      Discerning Truth and Trust Lesson 216

      For those who believe in Relative Truth Lesson 221

      For those who believe Truth is absolute Lesson 223

      How to determine a valid perspective on Truth Lesson 224

      Why relative truth can seem right Lesson 226

      The Influence of Equitable Exchange on Virtue Lesson 227

      Fairness and Relativism Lesson 228

      Practical versus Principled Decision Making Lesson 229

      Fairness: Perception versus Reality Lesson 230

      Competing and Preferential Choices, Part 1 Lesson 234

      Competing and Preferential Choices, Part 2 Lesson 235

      Conveying truth about Justification through stories, Part 1 Lesson 236

      Conveying truth about Justification through stories, Part 2 Lesson 238

      What makes something Good? Lesson 239

 

 

Session 7: Key thought for this session: Faith is the evidence I cannot observe for the truth that I must act on.

      Knowledge is not truth Lesson 303

      Two types of knowledge Lesson 304

      The difference between eido knowledge and gnosis knowledge Lesson 307

      Trusting Knowleldge enough to act on it Lesson 311

      Faith is required to determine truth Lesson 312

      Observable and unobservable evidence Lesson 313

      The need for both eido and gnosis knowledge, Part 1 Lesson 314

      The need for both eido and gnosis knowledge, Part 2 Lesson 315

      We act on knowledge that we trust to be true Lesson 318

      Faith that is well-placed, Part 1 Lesson 319

      Faith that is well-placed, Part 2 Lesson 322

 

 

Session 8: Key thought for this session: Without a compass, the journey is futile.

 

      Intro to Finding True North, Part 1 Lesson 350

      Intro to Finding True North, Part 2 Lesson 351

      Intro to Finding True North, Part 3 Lesson 360

      Intro to Finding True North, Part 4 Lesson 361

      Intro to Finding True North, Part 5 Lesson 366

      The influence of our core assumptions on Finding True North Lesson 369

      Professor Gilpins Biology 101 Lecture Lesson 399

      Rational Arguments are not necessarily Truth Lesson 375

      Finding a Trustworthy Source for True North Lesson 376

      Social (Equitable) Exchange and True North Lesson 378

      Emotions and True North, Part 1 Lesson 379

      Emotions and True North, Part 2 Lesson 380

      True North does not harm one area to satisfy another Lesson 381

      True North depends on the Trustworthiness of the Originator Lesson 382

      Applying the Principles for Finding True North Lesson 386

 

 

Session 9: Key thought for this session: Ultimately I can go only one of two ways which path do I take?

 

       The 5x2 Chart comparing Column A vs Column B Core Assumptions

o   Video introducing Core Assumptions about Truth Lesson 402

o   Video introducing Core Assumptions about Trust Lesson 403

o   Video introducing Core Assumptions about Reality Lesson 404

o   Video introducing Core Assumptions about Soul Satisfaction Lesson 405

o   Video introducing Core Assumptions about Justification Lesson 406

      Sermon on the Mount (Christs Core Assumptions) Lesson 407

      Case Studies:

o   Core Assumptions about Marriage Lesson 412

o   5 life-situation case studies

  Jareds questions about Truth Lesson 416

  Analysis of Jareds response and presentation of Laceys discourse on a Christian Nation Lesson 417

  Ians discourse on Reality Lesson 418

  Rhondaa complaint against God Lesson 419

  Terrys question on training her son Lesson 420

 

Session 10:

      Metanoia Eves temptation, the real meaning of repentance, and the purpose of THE LAW OF GOD Metanoia Video