The Founding Fathers of our nation had a clear conception of Christian character and Christian citizenship as part of the inseparable fabric of education.
Did you ever wonder about the roots of the uniqueness of America that has held such promise for so many? Today when the signs of the times seem disheartening, this is an important question to ask and answer. How did we become a self-governing nation and what does that mean today?
Rosalie Slater's classic volume (designed to accompany Verna Hall's CHOC I Christian History of the Constitution) describes a curriculum for teaching and learning America's Christian history and the historic method of education, the Principle Approach®. A method of education that instructs children how to reason from a Biblical worldview, enables them to excel academically and instills Christian character in the individual.
The road home for Americans is paved with Biblical truth. When we look at the world through Biblical lenses, hope replaces dread and practical steps appear. This book is for parents, pastors, teachers, and all who love God and believe in liberty. It is useful for family time, Sunday school class, Christian school curricula, and personal enlightenment to:
Get inspired about Constitutional liberty:
- Learn the seven Biblical principles basic to life, education, and government
- Study the Hand of God in history – His Story – and even in geography
- Follow a study guide to learn the leading ideas of liberty
Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History: The Principle Approach, Rosalie June Slater, The Foundation for American Christian History, red vellum cover with gold-embossed Paul Revere eagle, 400 pages.