Serving the Home School Community
A Multi-credit Western Civilization course covering a thorough study of the biblical framework for history applied to the ancient period from the beginning through Roman history. Includes such topics as man’s purpose, the Divine Institutions (marriage, family, etc.) and numerous other topics applied to the ancient period of history in a thoroughly biblical model. See below for further examples. Outstanding Christian world view foundation. This is the most important history course offered. Recommended for all ages this is the foundational principles course for all history studies.
Required text under $20.
The class time involves interacting with material from the textbook and lectures on God’s Divine Viewpoint (worldview) principles of life and society from a Christian perspective with their application to human society.
History 102 class meets in two 1½ -hour sessions a week.
This course is part of the God’s Tapestry Multi-Credit curriculum and the student receives 3½ credits: Bible; Western Civilization, Ancient period; English Literature and a ½ Credit in Art History.
Teacher: Byron Clark. For a complete list of our teachers and their biographies click here.
Required Textbook: Streams of Civilization, Volume One by Mary Stanton and Albert Hyma, published by Christian Liberty Press, copyright 1976. NOTE: I have loaner copies of the text so you will not need to purchase it. You may also have a copy of this in your home-school library since this has been a popular book over the years.
Literature materials may be found in the public library and new or used bookstores.
See Schedules & Costs for dates, time, and costs for the current year.
INTRODUCTION- UNDERSTANDING THE GOAL OF HISTORY
GOD HAS CHOSEN TO REVEAL HIMSELF TO MAN
THE TRUE AND LIVING GOD IS AN INFINITE, PERSONAL CREATOR GOD
GOD CREATED THE WORLD, IT DID NOT EVOLVE
GOD CREATED THE WORLD AS AN ORDERED COSMOS
Schedule & Costs
For Fall/Spring classes see Schedule and Costs section.
For Summer Classes see the Summer schedule.
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