What Does the Bible Say About That?
A Biblical Worldview Curriculum for Children
This is an introduction to the "big picture" for young children ages 9-13. At some point, every child needs to see the "forest from the trees." This introduction to a biblical worldview will help kids to make sense of the world around them.
Sociologists are telling us that between 60% and 80% of children raised in Christian homes end up leaving the faith. Over the last 25 years, the Nehemiah Institute has done extensive research on Christian families who send their children to Christian schools and public schools. What they have found is that these students have become increasingly "secular humanist" and much less biblical in their thinking with each successive year of testing.
In this virulently humanist age, parents must give their children a biblical perspective of the world around them. People everywhere are tossed to and fro be many false philosophies in a raging hurricane of post-modern, post-Christian humanism. Now more than ever, we must bolt our children down to the deck of biblical truth!
This simple yet comprehensive study guide and workbook provides a basic introduction to truth, ethics, origins, causality, anthropology, sociology, family, church, civil government, education, economics, defense, crime, and charity.
Author: Kevin Swanson
For ages 9+
Check out other items from Generations grade 7 curriculum pack:
- Bible – Journey Through the Bible Set & Matthew Study Guide
- Literature - Great Christian Adventures Set
- History – History’s Heroes Set
- Worldview/Culture – What Does the Bible Say About That?
- Character – Practical Happiness (for young men) The Lost Art of True Beauty (for young women)