Bible Truths F: Patterns for Christian Living, 3rd. ed.
Bible Truths F Resources
About Bible Truths F: Patterns for Christian Living, 3rd ed.
Bible Truths F opens with a God-centered account of the Creation, Fall, and Redemption of our world. It then applies this understanding to issues faced by contemporary teens. Moral decision-making, dating, choosing a college, developing relationships, studying the Bible, gender roles, politics, technology, depression, evangelism—the book is relative to where teens are right now.
Bible Integration is key to Christian teaching of the academic disciplines, and BJU Press textbooks have introductions which show how a Christian worldview applies to the given discipline. But in no other book does BJU Press spend so much time building up a Christian worldview directly from Scripture.
The Smithsonian article that is referenced
The TIME article that is referenced in the Student text
The Wikipedia article on the Jefferson Bible
All God’s Children and Blue Suede Shoes available from Amazon
Marriage, A History available from Amazon
The website for Lakewood church
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has archived some sermons. You can watch one night of the ‘57 Billy Graham crusade in Madison Square Garden.
Wikipedia article on Sumer/Sumerians
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