Read and journal What’s Your Worldview, by James N. Anderson. Points will be awarded for excellence and thoughtful engagement with the subject matter. In paragraph format, use about 1500 words (no less than 1200 words, no more than 2000), to answer all of these questions: (1) What is your own answer to each of Anderson’s questions in Part 1, and why you believe your answer is true? a. **There are 21 Questions in Part 1. (2) Based on Anderson’s analysis, what is your own personal worldview? Why do you think this is so? (3) Does your worldview explain reality the best among the options? a. What are reasons you think your worldview is true? (4) What are the greatest strengths and weaknesses of your personal worldview according to Anderson? a. Do you agree or disagree with him? Why? b. You may contrast Anderson with Koukl and Sire’s books if you like. (5) Does it matter whether or not a person’s worldview is true? Why? (6) What are some significant things you have learned about worldview from Anderson’s book? a. (You may include comparisons with Koukl or Sire’s books, if you like).