Punic Wars & Culture Wars: Christian Essays on History and Teaching


This book is designed for history teachers in Christian education, homeschoolers, pastors, and anyone engaged in the topic of how a Christian perspective is useful to understanding history. It includes studies of historical events, historians, and reviews of history books. It includes ideas for classroom implementation of Christian worldview thinking. It especially emphasizes classical Christian education and Reformed theology. Such thinkers as Augustine, Eusebius, Christopher Dawson, R. J. Rushdoony, Gregg Singer, and Otto Scott are examined in this work. The Christian impact on Western Civilization and the influence of Christianity on American history are both amply discussed. It also shows connections between history and literature and history and theology.

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Weight24 oz
Dimensions9 × 6.1 × 1.1 in

444 pages


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