The Christian History Library, an 11-volume collection of educational classics, will be a great asset to teachers, parents, home-schooling families, and scholars!
Do you desire in-depth study of the Christian perspective on the history of the United States? These time-honored resources will help your family discover how Christianity has shaped the history of our nation. Not only that, but these titles are more dynamic than ever now that they are available in Logos. These electronic books are loaded with cross references and links to the King James Bible, which is included in the collection.
Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language is a unique and essential tool for educating Christians. It has the greatest number of Biblical definitions of any reference. Roots are traced in 26 languages. Usage examples come from classical literature and the Bible. This dictionary becomes not only a tool for defining words biblically, it becomes a way of thinking that forms your worldview. It will equip you for Christian leadership, strengthen your vocabulary, give you an edge in communicating your view and become your foundation for thinking and reasoning Biblically. This tool can be the turning point for you to be more effective in communicating Christian principles used in government, economics, and marketing or for your student to clearly understand how the Bible has influenced every area of life.
Accounts from original documents, as well as commentary from Verna Hall, enable the reader to understand the heart of the spirit of Liberty as it comes from the Word of God and the connection to American political liberty. The Colonists were engaged in a Constitutional debate to determine their Biblical basis for the American Revolution. This volume is indispensable to the student incomprehending God’s vision for liberty and government, his responsibility as a Christian citizen, and the standard to which we must hold our leaders to sustain our Constitutional Republic.
In volume I of The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America, discover America’s Christian history and God’s providence in the founding and forming of the world’s first Christian Constitutional Republic and the United States of America’s place on the chain of Christianity moving westward. See history unfold in Verna Hall’s classic compilation of primary source documents. The new Founders Edition features upgraded citation information, valuable documentation required for today’s academic standards.
In volume II of The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America, Verna M. Hall describes the uniqueness of American Christianity and its relationship to civil government as she again uncovers founding documents. “It was compiled to help American Christians consider voluntary union versus compulsory union in all aspects of our national life.”
The Bible and the Constitution is a compilation of primary source documents authenticating the Bible as a major influence on the making of the Constitution. This commemorative volume was dedicated to President Ronald Reagan for his proclamation of The Year of the Bible in 1983. The Bible has been our textbook of civil and religious liberty and produced our Constitutional government. This resource vividly illustrates the connection between American history and the Bible.
Restoring America’s political leadership in the 21st century should start by reflecting on the character of our fore fathers. George Washington: The Character and Influence of One Man includes excerpts from George Washington’s own writings and accounts from his contemporaries on his character and leadership.
Designed as the basic study guide for The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America: Christian Self-government, this volume presents the Principle Approach—America’s historic method of biblical reasoning that puts God at the heart of every subject in the curriculum. The principles of our liberty concern both the individual and the nation, and can be taught to the youngest child in home and school.
This classic study of America’s Christian history and government in the Principle Approach has blessed students young and old since 1968, and is now in a second edition. It has a helpful “Teaching and Learning Guide” in the back and references the Bible, Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language, and The Christian History of the American Revolution: Consider and Ponder by Verna Hall, and Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History by Rosalie Slater. It guides the student by thought-provoking questions and exercises to research, reason, relate, and record. Often used as a school course or reference book, Rudiments is an ideal “Christian History Study Group” text.
This in-depth study gives a succinct overview of the basic method and philosophy of the Principle Approach. It is fundamental in preparing you to teach—it guides you to a refreshing new perspective on learning and reasoning—and will become a resource you refer to often. Throughout the study you will be reading and considering sections of the Foundational Books.
A Republic if You Can Keep It is an adaptation of America’s historic Christian principles of government developed in Verna Hall’s Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America, vol. 1: Christian Self-Government to confront today’s threat of postmodernism. By reasserting America’s historic Christian principles of government, this new publication provides a fresh yet time-tested approach to today’s ongoing policy.
Also known as the “Authorized Version,” the King James Version of the Bible is beloved by millions of Christians around the world. The Logos KJV includes the Strong’s Numbers which allow English readers to identify and search for underlying Greek and Hebrew words in the original text.
Andre L. Pickens
Michael R. Myers