Issues Nonfiction and Curriculum
A big word, a big book, a big commitment to disestablishing America’s Established religion of Secular Humanism. History, Science, Culture, all combine to explore the religion with man as its god and the authority of God and His Word.
Illustrated version with over 200 full-page, full-color illustrations
Follow a trail from ancient manuscripts to modern Bible translations. Explore Bible Doctrines, Proverbs, Revelation, complete book studies. Dig through historical background topics. Watch free YouTube Videos linked right in the text. Commentary by colorful puppets can help even young students understand that these are more than just “Bible Stories.” They are Biblical Truth.
The Teacher’s Edition contains the complete student text plus answer keys. In this 600+ page guide Teachers can explore exposition and commentaries with students and assign as many or as few review questions as desired. Choose from among a rich selection of special projects and optional essay assignments. Link to YouTube videos directly from the text.
Newly revised and illustrated, The Conflict of the Ages is a Multi-Part exploration of History, Science and ancient Literature. This first installment covers the concepts of God, time, Creation, physics, cosmology, and specifics about each day of Creation. We make comparisons with ancient sources to see where they agree with the Scriptural account. We reference classic and modern scientific views, exposing errors, preconceptions, presuppositions and falsehoods taught as fact by the mainstream scientific community. God is the first witness and the Bible the first eyewitness account of beginnings and origins.Other ancient documents contain at least some truths and parallel accounts.
Comparisons of Ancient sources with the Scriptures. What is your authority? Scientific evidence for a young universe. Questions and answers. Essays, optional assignments.
God made everything “very good”, so how did evil come into being? Is “original sin” real or just a myth? Could man talk to animals? There might be myths around the world that echo the creation story, but did ancient people believe in the fall of angels? What does “their eyes were opened” really mean?
God made everything “very good”, so how did evil come into being? Is “original sin” real or just a myth? Could man talk to animals? There might be myths around the world that echo the creation story, but did ancient people believe in the fall of angels? What does “their eyes were opened” really mean? Questions, answers, essays, extra projects.