Experiencing Christian History Set
'For the LORD is great and greatly to be praised; He is to be feared above all gods. For all the gods of the peoples are idols, but the Lord made the heavens. (Psalm 96:4-5)
Starting on the banks of the Tiber River in 750 BC with the founding of Rome, students will embark on a unique journey through the history of Europe--with a special focus on the development of Christianity in its effects upon the peoples and lands of Europe.
Learn how Great Britain was conquered and subsequently abandoned by the Romans. Read of the first missionaries who took the Gospel to western Europe. See how the Gospel spread to Britain and Ireland, and then returned with great force to continental Europe through the influence of British and Irish missionaries. Become familiar with the many persecutions God's people faced over the centuries, and how these sufferings continued to build the church. Finally, behold the work of God in the Reformation in France, and the courageous French Huguenots who carried the light of the Gospel to their fellow Frenchmen.
This set includes:
- Experiencing Christian History Through the Ages Workbook
- Douglas Bond's Heroes and History Series (excludes The Battle of Seattle)
Features of this course:
- Summaries of major events and persons for three periods: the Roman Empire, the Anglo-Saxon Era, and the French Reformation
- Study questions for Douglas Bond's Heroes and History series
- Daily lesson schedule
- Comprehension exams to assess the student's knowledge of history
- Essay assignments
- Answer Key