A STUDY OF WORLDVIEWS
Do your children see the world through the lens of Scripture?
Everyone has a worldview. It is the “lens” through which we view everything around us. Most people blindly accept theirs from the culture in which they live. However, Christians are called to cultivate a biblical worldview.
ENGAGING FOR ALL LEVELS OF LEARNING
We’ve had a lot of worldview training in our house. Through the years, Roger and Ryan have watched many hours of teaching on philosophy, apologetics, and worldview from great minds such as R.C. Sproul and Ravi Zacharias.
We extended their worldview studies when they participated in the pilot program for Philosophy Adventure. (They read and re-read drafts of the curriculum as it was being written.)
Added to all of that, our speech and debate club dedicates an hour of every week to apologetics. So it would be fair to say they have been immersed in worldview studies.
Even with that background, they enjoyed working through Comparative Worldviews.
Stacy Farrell helps parents equip their children to stand firm for truth in the midst of this crazy culture. She writes books on time management, motherhood, manhood, philosophy (Philosophy Adventure), and writing, but she considers her role as wife to Roger and mother to two precious sons as her greatest work. Find her @ HomeschoolAdventure.com.
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