Fostering academic excellence and biblical virtue to equip students for lives as local and global Christian servants.

“Often in history classes, 20th and 21st century history is cut out due to lack of time, which is a great shame because often that proves to be the most beneficial history to learn. Particularly if you have a great teacher, which this teacher is. I have learned more about history’s repetition, more of a biblical perspective on history, and more about history in general than in any history class I’ve taken previously. My views on certain topics have solidified to the point that I’d be comfortable arguing for them. The discussions in this class have carried me far beyond the book’s teachings. Anyone looking to be challenged in their beliefs, learn how the world has crumbled since the 20th century, and how it’s been put back together and continues to do so would do wonderfully in and greatly enjoy this class.”

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