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Teaching Biblical Ideas and Reasoning

Teaching Biblical Ideas and Reasoning How may students of any age be trained in the capacity for Biblical reasoning? How is Scripture related to what we teach? How will this teaching influence the heart and life of the student? His home? His calling in life? His community? His nation? America’s historic method of Biblical reasoning […]

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Teaching the Next Generation to Love History

Teaching the Next Generation to Love History        The adults of this generation are responsible to teach the rising generation the mighty works of God, that they might set their hope in God, and not forget the works of God, but keep His commandments. Ps. 78:7 This is accomplished, not by teaching dates, facts, names, and events, […]

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Question/Answer Session

This Thursday, June 16, is the live Question/Answer time. If you entered the Giveaway, your invitation for the Q/A should have been received. We used PunchTab to process all entries for this Giveaway, but it appears that a number of individuals may have simply used the Facebook “Like” button, rather than processing through the PunchTab form. […]

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Have Questions? Find some Answers!

Have Questions? Find some Answers!Are you implementing the Principle Approach and have questions which you would like answered?  Whether you’re a newbie or familiar with the Principle Approach method and philosophy, you are bound to have questions!  Wouldn’t it be a blessing to be able to pick up your phone and talk to a Master […]

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A Tribute – Mary-Elaine Swanson

MARY-ELAINE SWANSON: AMERICAN CHRISTIAN BIOGRAPHER James B. Rose, President, American Christian History Institute Quickened by the research and remarkable testimony of Verna M. Hall, American Christian Historian, Mary Elaine Swanson (nee Adams) has devoted her spiritual and intellectual gifts for the last fifty years to documenting the Christian history and character of the men and […]

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