Starting Points (Syllabus)

Starting Points (Syllabus)

Publisher: Cornerstone Curriculum
Author: David Quine
$45.00

A one year curriculum that makes teaching the Biblical world view as easy and effective as you always wanted it to be. This introductory course on world views is the perfect place to begin.  479 pages.

According to the publisher, should this course be taken successfully in high school, 3 credits can be assigned -
1. Bible - Seven basis Bible studies. This study is foundational in understanding and establishing the biblical world view in the minds and hearts of your children.
2. Literature - Study of the four areas of literary analysis: plot, character, theme, and world view. There is a special emphasis upon understanding the world view of the author.
3. American History - A study of the social, educational, religious and political life of colonial America leading up to and including the thoughts and ideas (the world view) that would shape both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution

Click here for a sample!

Book Title Starting Points (Syllabus)
Publisher: Cornerstone Curriculum
Author David Quine

A one year curriculum that makes teaching the Biblical world view as easy and effective as you always wanted it to be. This introductory course on world views is the perfect place to begin.  479 pages.

According to the publisher, should this course be taken successfully in high school, 3 credits can be assigned -
1. Bible - Seven basis Bible studies. This study is foundational in understanding and establishing the biblical world view in the minds and hearts of your children.
2. Literature - Study of the four areas of literary analysis: plot, character, theme, and world view. There is a special emphasis upon understanding the world view of the author.
3. American History - A study of the social, educational, religious and political life of colonial America leading up to and including the thoughts and ideas (the world view) that would shape both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution

Click here for a sample!