Do You Have A Biblical Worldview? Test It Now!

America needs a “worldview checkup.” We all know this. But it must start with the Church. After all, it is the Church who is charged with building a godly culture, not D.C! We, God’s people, are to be the salt and light for having a righteous culture. How can we get a “checkup” to be sure that we are biblically equipped to be salt and light?

Fortunately, such a checkup exists and can be found at This is from our friends at the Nehemiah Institute, where Liberty Sentinel CEO Alex Newman serves on the board of advisors. It only takes about 20 minutes. There is a small fee, $17.76 per user (good American number!). However, you can get a 20% discount using code  WVC103 at checkout.

Follow these steps:

  1. Go to:
  2. Read about the exam (PEERS Test) and click “Start Here”.
  3. Complete the profile section, then start the exam. There are a total of 70 statements to
    Agree or Disagree. Read carefully, then select an answer.
    As soon as you finish, you will get a pop-up scorecard, which is TOTALLY confidential. No one
    at your church, or even staff at the Nehemiah Institute sees individual answers or results.
    At the bottom of the scorecard, it shows which statements were incorrectly answered
    identified by a red box with a “D” inside. Many of the statement numbers will be in
    BOLD. That means there is a professionally-developed Position Paper giving biblical
    instruction on why the statement should be marked Agree or Disagree. Just tap on the
    bold statement number to bring up the Position Paper.
    Both the Scorecard and the Position Papers may be saved or printed.
    The Scorecard Report also includes a list of all 70 test items for your review.
    Benefits of doing this:
  4. You get a comprehensive Scorecard on your worldview position by the only
    professionally-validated worldview measurement instrument in existence.
  5. Teaching papers are written by biblical scholars (read “Why Believe Nehemiah” tab on the website above).

If you have any questions, you may contact the Nehemiah Institute at 800-948-3101

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