A compilation of columns from Marvin Olasky’s World magazine, World View is a slightly bumpy ride, but overall a great source from a Christian perspective on much of today’s culture.
Readers accustomed to novels may find the numerous stops and starts of the collection slightly unorthodox, but the topics discussed within its pages make the book worth pushing through any discomfort.
Olasky tackles topics from racism to immigration to politics and the environment. Each column discusses sensitive issues from the perspective of love and inclusion rather than hate and segregation.
He sheds light on some of the Christian misinformation in which believers operate. His eye-opening perspective is both unique and thought-provoking.
For believers who desire to understand the world they live in as well as relate to those unbelievers in their midst, World View may prove an invaluable tool.
***In exchange for this review, a complimentary copy of the book was provided by the publisher.