Students will find this year of studies a solid preparation for college or the workforce, with a curriculum that includes studies in world history, world literature, apologetics, civics, and economics!
This set includes the following:
- Apologetics in Action Parent Lesson Planner
- How Do We Know the Bible is True? Volume 1
- How Do We Know the Bible is True? Volume 2
- Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions Volume 1
- Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions Volume 2
- Intro to Economics Parent Lesson Planner
- Bankruptcy of Our Nation
- Money Wise DVD
- World Literature - Teacher
- World Literature - Student
- Digging Deeper, Volume 1 Audio CD set
- Digging Deeper, Volume 2 Audio CD set
- Digging Deeper, Volume 3 Audio CD set
- Religious Freedom: Social & Political History - Teacher
- Religious Freedom: Social & Political History - Student
- World History - Teacher
- World History - Student
Retail Price of this set is $334.83
Includes all Teacher's Guides and Parent Lesson Planners to make teaching this curriculum a breeze!
Educational scope: History takes a student on a journey of world history, from creation to today, with supplemental history audios from the brilliant Diana Waring. Literature works in correspondence with history, focusing on classics of literature from around the world. Apologetics in action will help students build their faith and defend it. Religious freedom presents a detailed account of the troubled history of religious persecution between the 16th and 18th centuries. Economics focuses on the history of America’s money system and how a person can live a life of freedom by serving God through his or her finances.
Additional important concepts: These courses continue to build the faith of students as they prepare for college and the workforce. The comparative studies of world history and literature teach them to view the world through the foundation of scriptural authority, while apologetics and religious freedom demonstrate clearly the influence a Christian can have in our culture.
What makes it unique: World history and world literature are taught side-by-side, enhancing the understanding of each era more deeply. Civics and economics build from both a historical and biblical perspective to prepare students for living godly lives in the culture, while apologetics helps teach them how to share their faith
Suggested weekly schedule: 3 to 4 hours per day, 5 days per week.
Apologetics in Action
Students will learn important details that can strengthen their confidence in the Bible’s inerrant nature. Discover how the Bible proves itself, and the insight you need to strengthen your faith and defend God’s Word.
Intro to Economics
Explores God’s principles, His teachings, and His directions for living a life of liberty, prosperity, and generosity. Study a biblical case for free-market enterprise, and discover God’s perspective for the economic decisions of an individual, a family, and even a nation.
A presentation of whole-book or whole-work selections from the major genres of classic world literature (prose, poetry, and drama), the course has 34 weeks of study, with an overview of narrative background material on the writers, their historical settings, and worldview.
Digging Deeper Volumes 1-3
These supplemental audio sets help bring history alive, covering from creation to Christ, the Early Church to the Great Awakening, and global revivals and stories of war.
Religious Freedom: Social and Political History
The true birth of religious liberty is found in the simple and courageous stories of those who lived and died believing God is the author of liberty. Students’ worksheets, quizzes, and tests evaluate student progress.
Students will develop a Christian worldview while forming his or her own understanding of world history trends, philosophies, and events. Examinations of historical theories, terms, and concepts.