From the grand sweep of Nebuchadnezzar's declaration that God "doeth according to his will in the army of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth: and none can stay his hand" to the intimacy of Hagar's statement "God seest me." the Bible sets forth unapologetically the reality of God's providential control in human history. This truth, so comforting to the Christian, must be a major theme in the Christian teaching of history. With that obligation in mind, these essays not only outline the broad pattern of God's control over history but also offer examples and suggested methods to help the Christian teacher communicate this great truth to his or her students.
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