Description: 3 credits: Literature, American History and Apologetics (or Philosophy).
The goal of this lively discussion course is to help establish a Biblical worldview. Students will look up scripture on the seven basic worldview questions:
- What is the Nature of God?
- What is the Origin of the Universe?
- What is the Nature of Man?
- What is the Meaning of History?
- What Happens after Death?
- What is the Basis for Ethics and Morality?
- What is the Cause of Evil and Suffering?
Following the class discussion, students will write a paragraph each week on the topic. Later introductory and concluding paragraphs will be added to the multi-page essay: “My Personal Worldview”. The class will also evaluate literature and movies and study America’s Inspired Birth.
- Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
- Know What you Believe by Paul Little ISBN #9780830834235
- Magicians Nephew by C. S. Lewis ISBN #9780064409438
- Frankenstein Quine Library – Cornerstone Curriculum
- Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Quine Library – Cornerstone Curriculum
- The Horse and His Boy by C. S. Lewis ISBN #9780064409407
- The Deadliest Monster: An Introduction to World Views by Jeff Baldwin ISBN #9780972089036
- Never Before in History: America’s Inspired Birth, Amos and Gardiner ISBN #9780964210424
- Hinds Feet in High Places by Hannah Hurnard ISBN #9781617200052
- The Wise Woman by George McDonald ISBN #9780802818607
- The Princess and the Goblin by George McDonald ISBN #9780140367462
- Don’t Check Your Brain at the Door by Josh McDowell ISBN #9780849932342
Taught by Diana Oudin
Tuesday @ 1:00 – 2:25
Class Code: WV2230
Materials Fee: $55
Estimated Hours of Homework per Week: 5-10
Required Materials: binder, paper, pens
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Term: Entire Year Minimum Students: 6 Maximum Students: 10 Accept students mid-semester: No