The first volume in the "Worldviews of the Western World Series" by David Quine, The Bible and Ancient Thought
is an interdisciplinary study of philosophy & theology, literature, art, music, government, economics, and science. Pages of exercises are designed to accompany readings, audio, and video from outside sources, including Schaeffer's "How Should We Then Live?," Homer's "The Odyssey," Augustine's "The City of God," and others. Students will read or watch the assignment, then answer questions, fill in charts, and complete exercises that will stretch their thinking and keep their minds engaged!
By studying the chosen topics (the Biblical world view, The Middle Ages, The Greco-Roman World View, Revolutions, and more) students study and analyze the most significant ideas that have shaped the world from the perspective of a biblical world view. The Syllabus includes a weekly teaching overview, room to write study notes, outlines to fill in, reading assignments, and short answer and essay questions. Softcover. This consumable book is NOT reproducible.
Customer Questions & Answers: