Fundamentals of Worldviews – gr 8+ (to 3:25 PM)

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:

  1. What is the Nature of God?
  2. What is the Origin of the Universe?
  3. What is the Nature of Man?
  4. What is the Meaning of History?
  5. What Happens after Death?
  6. What is the Basis for Ethics and Morality?
  7. 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.

Materials Needed:
  1.  Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
  2.  Know What you Believe by Paul Little (updated by wife) ISBN #9780830834235
  3.  Magicians Nephew by C. S. Lewis  ISBN #0064409430
  4.  Frankenstein Quine Library – Cornerstone Curriculum
  5.  Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Quine Library – Cornerstone Curriculum
  6. The Horse and His Boy by C. S. Lewis    ISBN #9780064409407
  7. The Deadliest Monster: An Introduction to World Views by Jeff Baldwin ISBN #0972089039
  8. Never Before in History: America’s Inspired Birth, Amos and Gardiner ISBN #0964210428
  9. Hinds Feet in High Places by Hannah Hurnard  ISBN #9781617200052
  10. The Wise Woman by George McDonald ISBN #9780802818607
  11. The Princess and the Goblin by George McDonald ISBN #9780140367462
  12. Don’t Check Your Brain at the Door by Josh McDowell
Taught by Diana Oudin
Tuesday @ 1:30 – 3:25 PM

Class Code: WV2230

Tuition: $65

Materials Fee: $65

Estimated Hours of Homework per Week: 6-8

Required Materials: binder, paper, pens

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Term: Entire Year
Minimum Students: 6  Maximum Students: 10
Accept students mid-semester: Yes