Foundations Student Manual

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SKU: UTS133-610
Format: Softcover
ISBN 13: 9781957406374
Market price: 25

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Foundations Student Manual

The Foundations student manual is a valuable component of the curriculum. The student manual is a helpful tool for student assessment, student engagement with the materials, and saves teachers valuable time when preparing for classes.

The student manual includes engaging student activities, small group discussion questions, notes, and study guides.

Foundations: Book I in the Understanding the Times Series

Foundations is intended to teach the basics of the Christian faith and how to walk with God individually and in community. It is the first book in the four part Understanding the Times Series, written for 9th to 12th graders. Foundations is written for a 9th grade audience but can be used in other grade levels as well.

Foundations covers topics about:

  • The nature and authority of the Bible and how to read it
  • The six acts and the interlude of the biblical metanarrative
  • The nature of God and of humanity
  • Christian living individually and corporately

The Understanding the Times Series

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Foundational beliefs and values influence how students interpret the world and guide their actions. The Understanding the Times Series is a unique curriculum designed to help students in ninth through twelfth grades build foundational beliefs and values from a biblical perspective. In an age of competing worldviews, this curriculum will help high school students formulate a biblical perspective of the world and then live accordingly. The Understanding the Times Series incorporates Scripture with worldview curriculum in a way that cohesively presents and affirms the biblical Christian worldview within the historic truths of creation, the fall, redemption, and restoration. It also addresses five worldviews that compete with Christianity—Islam, secularism, Marxism, new spirituality, and postmodernism—so students may engage in evaluative and comparative studies of biblical and unbiblical worldviews.

Christian schools have a unique opportunity to model educational excellence, preparing students to enter society with a distinctly biblical worldview in which they integrate their faith with their academic knowledge. From this integrated approach to education, students are enabled to not only remain firm in their Christian faith but are also encouraged to make valuable contributions to society.

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