How Should We Then Live? / Schaeffer

How Should We Then Live? / Schaeffer

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ISBN: 9781581345360
Grades: 11-AD

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Here is one of the classic Christian worldview books, written by Francis Schaeffer, the founder of L'Abri Fellowship in Switzerland. This book delves into a variety of subjects ( philosophy, religion, history, art and music), discussing different viewpoints but arguing for the Biblical viewpoint. In an article on teaching worldviews (Practical Home Schooling, Sep/Oct 1996), Cathy Duffy says that she uses this book to review and tie ideas together after discussing a topic. However, she warns not to just turn a high school student loose with the book, since the student would not have the necessary background to understand it. A great resource to teach a Christian worldview.
Category Description for Veritas Press Omnibus Programs:

From the captivating introductory question "Why study this stuff?" to the glorious full-color artwork representations to the sheer comprehensiveness of the coverage, I am enthralled with these books. Omnibus is Latin for "all encompassing; everything." The publishers couldn't have picked a better


Category Description for Omnibus III: Reformation to the Present:

First Semester Primary Books: Westminster Confession of Faith, The Pilgrim's Progress, Of Plymouth Plantation, The Social Contract, Foundational American Documents, Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers, A Tale of Two Cities.

First Semester Secondary Books: Foxe's Book of Martyrs, Frankenstein, Pride and Prejudice, Gulliver's Travels, Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, The Pit and the Pendulum, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

Second Semester Primary Books: Reflections on the Revolution in France, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Lincoln's Speeches, Slave Narratives, The Communist Manifesto, The Treaty of Versailles, The Great Gatsby, Mein Kampf, Philemon, The Epistles of John, The Epistles of Peter and Jude, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Daniel.

Second Semester Secondary Books: Little Women, The Killer Angels, Christianity and Liberalism, The Old Man and the Sea, Animal Farm, Death of a Salesman, Postmodern Times, How Should We Then Live?




Category Description for Veritas History Programs:

Instead of isolating Bible and Christian history from what was happening in the rest of the world, the folks at Veritas aim to incorporate it. They offer four different history time periods (each aimed at a different grade level and designed to take one school year) which take students from creation to the present. The program originally had three parts: teacher's manual, history cards (an absolutely essential element of the curriculum) and a memory song on audio CD. The song is sung by a woman with a pleasant voice at varying tempos and is designed as a type of auditory time line. The history cards are fantastic! They have many interesting facets (the more you study them, the more you learn). The cards from the various time periods are color coded and numbered - there are 32 cards in each pack. If the cards also relate to Bible history they have another color and another number. Each card has a picture (usually in full color) representing what it is about. For example, the card for Creation has a reproduction of the Creation of the sun and moon from the Sistine Chapel Ceiling by Michelangelo. Many of the other pictures on the other cards are famous paintings as well. Each card has a


Category Description for How Should We Then Live?:

Here is one of the classic Christian worldview books, written by Francis Schaeffer, the founder of L'Abri Fellowship in Switzerland. This book delves into a variety of subjects ( philosophy, religion, history, art and music), discussing different viewpoints but arguing for the Biblical viewpoint. In an article on teaching worldviews (Practical Home Schooling, Sep/Oct 1996), Cathy Duffy says that she uses this book to review and tie ideas together after discussing a topic. However, she warns not to just turn a high school student loose with the book, since the student would not have the necessary background to understand it. A great resource to teach a Christian worldview.




Primary Subject
Bible
Grade Start
11
Grade End
AD
ISBN
9781581345360
Binding
Trade Paper
Pages
288
Edition
50, Illustrated
Language
English
Audience
General Adult
Author
Francis A. Schaeffer
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Crossway Books
Weight
0.95 (lbs.)
Dimensions
9.25" x 6.5" x 0.5"
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recommended by Carol Joy Sied for High schooler
Jennifer M on Sep 16, 2019
CC Ch2 Director. To be used with accompanying video.
Shelly E on Jul 8, 2019
recommended by Carol Joy Sied for High schooler
Jennifer M on Sep 16, 2019
Omnibus 3 required text
Sylvia R on Aug 6, 2019
CC Ch2 Director. To be used with accompanying video.
Shelly E on Jul 8, 2019
required for class
Marne S on Jun 6, 2019
In researching curriculum, came across this. I believe this will be a great resource towards teaching my child how God ties into other subjects of learning, and historical basis of our religious beliefs.
Ginger M on Dec 25, 2018
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Darion A on Aug 12, 2018
Classical Conversations
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Classical Conversations
Branwyn B on Apr 28, 2017
Required for Omnibus 3 Veritas
Kim M on Aug 1, 2016
Omnibus 3 required text
Sylvia R on Aug 6, 2019
required for class
Marne S on Jun 6, 2019
Is this the hardback edition?
Leslie E on Aug 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No. This is a paperback.
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