Course Description and Goals: To see Christ more fully formed in each student and teacher (: (Galatians 4:19). To ponder true, honorable, righteous, lovely, excellent and praiseworthy things even when they must be set against the backdrop of the opposite in order for us to truly appreciate their great worth (Philippians 4:8). To destroy speculation and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God, taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ (2 Cor. 10:6). To grow together to the praise of God’s glory (Eph. 1)
To understand other places, people, ideologies, and times better.
For beauty and challenge.
To be quick to hear, slow to speak, and slow to become angry. James 1:19
To love the Lord our God with all our minds and heart and strength. Mark 12:30
To be better equipped apologists and better prepared to witnesses to people who hold world views similar to those encountered in literature.
To learn discernment, learn how to think, observe, interpret, and identify underlying assumptions, then test them against scripture to determine the answer to the question: Is it true? — Please see Adam Andrews World View Supplement. The Teacher’s Guide can be ordered from www.centerforlit.com