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 Historical Narrative:
Teaching History from a Biblical Worldview

Presenter: Brian Collins
When: Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 2:30pm EST (11:30am Pacific)
Duration: 30 minutes
Moderator: Monique Cook
Cost: FREE

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About This Seminar

For home educators, subjects like math and grammar seem difficult to teach from a uniquely Biblical worldview. On the other hand, history appears easier to teach as a Christian. However, history has its own challenges. Often, educators break the story of history to make moral sermons or to highlight a unique act of providence. Unfortunately, this approach leaves large spans of time without any mention of God. In this seminar, Brian, will demonstrate how a worldview approach, centered on content selection and critical-thinking skills, enables all children to develop a Biblical worldview through the study of history as a complete narrative.


Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to

  • Explain the need for teaching history from a Christian worldview
  • Evaluate different methods of Biblical integration in a history text
  • Discuss the importance of religious themes in history
  • Write critical-thinking history questions that enable students to understand history from a Christian worldview


Who Should Attend

Home educators looking to develop a Biblical wordview in their high school student through the study of history


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