The Heart of Wisdom Teaching Approach

The Heart of Wisdom Teaching Approach
Title The Heart of Wisdom Teaching Approach PDF eBook
Author Robin Sampson
Publisher Heart of Wisdom Publishing Inc
Pages 512
Release 2005-04
Genre Education
ISBN 9780970181671

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Details the Bible-based homeschool teaching approach for parents, and discusses Christian education, learning styles, unit studies, bible study, and more.




God, Science, and Society: The Origin of the Universe, Intelligent Life, and Free Societies

God, Science, and Society: The Origin of the Universe, Intelligent Life, and Free Societies
Title God, Science, and Society: The Origin of the Universe, Intelligent Life, and Free Societies PDF eBook
Author Anthony Walsh
Publisher Vernon Press
Pages 354
Release 2020-07-07
Genre Religion
ISBN 1622739558

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“It may seem bizarre, but in my opinion, science offers a surer path to God than religion…science has actually advanced to the point where what were formerly religious questions can be seriously tackled” (Paul Davies, Astrophysicist). Anthony Walsh’s latest riposte to atheistic arguments against God's existence draws on Natural Theology, a knowledge of God based on evidence from both the natural and social sciences. Covering everything from the Big Bang and the origins of life to the mystery of intelligent consciousness, Walsh makes even the most technical scientific writings accessible to the general reader and tackles a question few books on the relationship between science and religion have ever sought to address: how does Christianity positively affect societies, families, and individuals in terms of democracy, justice, happiness, health, and prosperity?




Walking with God in the Twenty-First Century

Walking with God in the Twenty-First Century
Title Walking with God in the Twenty-First Century PDF eBook
Author Martin L. Kaonga
Publisher WestBow Press
Pages 304
Release 2018-04-25
Genre Religion
ISBN 197362656X

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The twenty-first century has witnessed unprecedented and revolutionary scientific, theological, technological, philosophical, and sociocultural changes, many of which have churned serious challenges to Christianity. In the face of these challenges, can a believer realistically walk with God? Walking with God in the Twenty-First Century examines the prospects of a devout Christian walking with God today, and it addresses a number of questions that all Christians must consider: Is Gods desire to walk with a devout Christian in the twenty-first century an illusion? What does it mean to walk with God? What are the major challenges to practicing Christianity in this century? How is the devil operating undercover to prevent believers from walking with God? Can a Christian realistically live a life fully devoted to God in the twenty-first century? Are there any provisions for a committed believer to practice Christianity in this church age? Pastors, church leaders, theology students, and Christians of all stripes should consider these new challenges and seek out Gods answers. In this way we can be equipped to walk with God in the most corrupt of environments, becoming a true disciple of Christ with a deepened commitment to obey his commandments.




The Social Institutions Through the Contrasting Visions of Plato and Aristotle

The Social Institutions Through the Contrasting Visions of Plato and Aristotle
Title The Social Institutions Through the Contrasting Visions of Plato and Aristotle PDF eBook
Author Anthony Walsh
Publisher Ethics International Press
Pages 230
Release 2023-04-12
Genre Philosophy
ISBN 1804411884

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Many of the fundamental questions philosophers and social scientists ask, necessarily entail examining the role of the social institutions. Social institutions are synchronized systems of self-enforcing regulative rules, behaviors, and practices designed for the perpetuation of important societal functions and which give durable structure to social interactions. Everything in human life entails aspects of one or more of these institutions. There are people in academia that want to sweep “dead white males” under the historical carpet, but two dead white men we cannot ignore when examining the social institutions are Plato and Aristotle. These men have been at the heart of Western culture for more than two millennia and still continue to shape it. There are few social or political issues today that were not thought about by these two great men. They had a lot to say about the social institutions, but they had contrasting visions on most things pertaining to them that may be broadly viewed as liberal and conservative, or what economist/philosopher Thomas Sowell calls unconstrained and constrained visionaries, respectively. The book is a scholarly work on these two foundational philosophers, but will also serve as a supplementary text for a sociology class (introduction to sociology, or one specifically devoted to the social institutions).




The Gavel and Sickle: The Supreme Court, Cultural Marxism, and the Assault on Christianity

The Gavel and Sickle: The Supreme Court, Cultural Marxism, and the Assault on Christianity
Title The Gavel and Sickle: The Supreme Court, Cultural Marxism, and the Assault on Christianity PDF eBook
Author Anthony Walsh
Publisher Vernon Press
Pages 259
Release 2018-01-05
Genre Political Science
ISBN 1622733002

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This book addresses the benefits of Christianity for all, the degradation of our culture since the 1950s, the pernicious effects that cultural Marxism has had on Western cultures, and the loss of religious freedom as the Founders envisioned it due to a number of Supreme Court rulings. We cannot understand the culture war and cultural debasement until we understand cultural Marxism. Cultural Marxism has been "hiding in plain sight" since the 1930s with the immigration to the United States of a cadre of intellectuals from Germany who brought with them the folderol of critical theory, political correctness, gender neutrality, radical feminism, and moral relativism. This intellectual moonshine is designed to weaken family structure and individual morality, and it has worked. The ultimate purpose of cultural Marxism is to destroy Western civilization from within. This goal is clearly and unambiguously stated in their books and articles. In numerous places in these books and articles, cultural Marxists are adamant that if socialism is ever to come to America the two epicenters of Western morality, the family and Christianity, will have to be destroyed by slow, stealthy, and incremental attacks on them. They have been aided in their efforts by anti-Christian rulings by the United States Supreme Court since the 1940s. I do not claim in any sense that the Supreme Court is engaged in a conspiracy with cultural Marxists. Their rulings have been based on a reading of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment that its authors would not recognize, and have used this clause to eviscerate the Free Exercise Clause—America’s “first freedom.” The Court has purged Christianity from the public square, and in doing so it has unwittingly helped the cultural Marxist agenda by spiritually disarming America.




What Your Child Needs to Know When

What Your Child Needs to Know When
Title What Your Child Needs to Know When PDF eBook
Author Robin Sampson
Publisher Heart of Wisdom Publishing Inc
Pages 316
Release 2009-05-20
Genre Education
ISBN 9780970181619

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Includes a summary of objectives and a scope and sequence for the five most commonly used national achievement tests to help home schoolers prepare their children.




Adam to Abraham

Adam to Abraham
Title Adam to Abraham PDF eBook
Author Robin Sampson
Publisher Heart of Wisdom Publishing Inc
Pages 128
Release 2003-06
Genre Religion
ISBN 9780970181640

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This multilevel (K-12), Bible-focused unit study utilizes the Charlotte Mason approach and the Internet. The first eleven chapters describe Creation, the Fall, the Flood, and the origin of nations. Genesis 12-50 is the ancestral story. The focus of this unit study is on Genesis 1-12 revealing Jesus in Genesis! Includes: Overview, Objectives, Timeline, Vocabulary, Annotated Resource Lists (books, Internet sites, videos, software, etc), 14 Four-Step Lessons, Four-Step Lessons, There are four basic steps in each Heart of Wisdom Unit Study lesson based on the four major learning styles. Studies show this four-step method motivates students to comprehend the material better and retain the information longer. Excite: Create an interest Examine: Find out the facts Expand: Do something with what was learned Excel: Pull everything together and share with someone. Each lesson includes several activities such as crafts, writing assignments and much more. Each lesson includes Internet links to take you to Bible study tools, craft instructions, clip art, audio lessons, etc.