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Biblical Worldview

Creation    Fall    Redemption

Are Your Students Prepared?

Are they ready to view the world through biblical lenses? Are they equipped to engage the world with scriptural discernment?

Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption is a tool that helps teachers equip 11th or 12th grade students with a Christian understanding of all major academic disciplines and cultural arenas.

Course Goals

  • Define worldview and demonstrate how worldviews influence the way people think about all of life
  • Analyze a Biblical worldview in terms of Creation, Fall and Redemption
  • Apply Creation, Fall and Redemption to real-life issues as well as to making positive contributions to life and culture

Inside the Textbook

  •   Worldview
  •   Creation
  •   Fall
  •   Redemption
  •   Marriage, Gender & Family
  •   Government & Politics
  •   Science
  •   History
  •   Arts & Culture

Bible First Approach

Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption uses a “Bible First” approach to reveal the role faith plays in every worldview, even secularism, postmodernism, and scientific naturalism.
This book takes aim at the major arguments issued by Christianity's challengers in the West, giving special attention to cultural issues such as feminism, homosexuality, and environmentalism.

Engaging Style

This textbook uses a familiar, blog-like style to introduce students to major debates shaping the moral and scientific discourse of our nation. The textbook was created to appeal to student interest and develop their understanding. Application examples taken from history and recent events resonate with students, motivating them to apply Scripture to issues that are crucial to their spiritual growth.

Order the Textbook

Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption is a focused, one-year biblical worldview textbook at the 11th or 12th grade level that provides a capstone to a Christian education.

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“We need to train each child to think about the world from the same perspective the Bible takes. All of these threads need to be tied together in order to prepare students to engage other worldviews outside of their Christian schools.”

-Bryan Smith, Biblical Integration Coordinator

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