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Worldviews in Conflict by Kevin Swanson will introduce high school homeschoolers to the works and worldviews of the world's thinkers and writers. Chapters include analysis of their works along with biblical references and truths to help equip students to be able to argue against the humanist worldview. Grades 11-12.
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  1. Worldviews in Conflict Pack, 10th-12th Grade, 2 Volumes
    Worldviews in Conflict Pack, 10th-12th Grade, 2 Volumes
    Kevin Swanson
    Master Books / 2016 / Other
    $52.99 Retail: $74.98 Save 29% ($21.99)
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    Stock No: WW519370

Worldviews in Conflict by Kevin Swanson will introduce high school students to the works and worldviews of some of the world's most influential thinkers and writers. The first part of the book covers "Worldviews in Philosophy" with chapters covering works by Thomas Aquinas, Rene Descartes, Karl Marx, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Dewey, Sartre, and others. The second portion covers "Worldviews in Literature" and covers Shakespeare, Hawthorne, Twain, Hemingway, and Steinbeck. The final chapter, "Pandora's Machine," covers "Worldviews in Culture."

The student text features selected readings and summaries of over 15 philosophers and authors; chapters include analysis of their works along with biblical references and truths to help equip students to be able to argue against the humanist worldview. Each chapter ends with assignments that include vocabulary words and their definitions and in-depth study questions. In the last chapter students will study film, music and media; students are given a short summary and quote from famous movies and songs and asked to identify the "Great" philosopher and the ideas that lie behind the excerpt.

Emphasizing the danger of uncritically reading the "great" thinkers and writers without an explicitly Christian lens, this text will familiarize students with the thoughts and writings that have "undermined the Christian foundations in the West." Linking secular and Christian high school and college educations to the "apostasy" of the current age, this text is designed to be carefully used in the hope of strengthening students' spiritual well-being, not destroying them.

The "Worldviews in Conflict Teacher Guide" includes a weekly lesson schedule, student worksheets, quizzes & tests, and an answer key. Lesson planner pages are grouped by type, rather than by lesson, so parents can easily remove tests and answer keys.

Students read the pages in the book and then complete the appropriate assignments; each suggested weekly schedule has three lessons that combine reading, worksheets, vocabulary-building and activity opportunities. Schedules are flexible and provide different options; the suggested schedule is 30-45 minutes per day three days per week.

The teacher's guide covers 36 weeks. Reproducible for homeschool families and small classrooms with under 10 students. Line-listed answer keys. Glossary included. NKJV Scripture used. High School / Grades 10-12.

This set includes:

  • Worldviews in Conflict Student Book, 632 pages with glossary, hardcover.

  • Worldviews in Conflict Teacher's Guide, 302 pages, softcover.

  1. Worldviews in Conflict: A Study in Western Philosophy, Literature & Culture
    Worldviews in Conflict: A Study in Western Philosophy, Literature & Culture
    Kevin Swanson
    Master Books / 2015 / Hardcover
    $31.49 Retail: $49.99 Save 37% ($18.50)
    Availability: In Stock
    Stock No: WW171913

Worldviews in Conflict by Kevin Swanson will introduce high school students to the works and worldviews of some of the world's most influential thinkers and writers. The first part of the book covers "Worldviews in Philosophy" with chapters covering works by Thomas Aquinas, Rene Descartes, Karl Marx, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Dewey, Sartre, and others. The second portion covers "Worldviews in Literature" and covers Shakespeare, Hawthorne, Twain, Hemingway, and Steinbeck. The final chapter, "Pandora's Machine," covers "Worldviews in Culture."

Featuring selected readings and summaries of over 15 philosophers and authors, chapters include analysis of their works along with biblical references and truths to help equip students to be able to argue against the humanist worldview. Each chapter ends with assignments that include vocabulary words and their definitions and in-depth study questions. In the last chapter students will study film, music and media; students are given a short summary and quote from famous movies and songs and asked to identify the "Great" philosopher and the ideas that lie behind the excerpt.

Emphasizing the danger of uncritically reading the "great" thinkers and writers without an explicitly Christian lens, this text will familiarize students with the thoughts and writings that have "undermined the Christian foundations in the West." Linking secular and Christian high school and college educations to the "apostasy" of the current age, this text is designed to be carefully used in the hope of strengthening students' spiritual well-being, not destroying them.

Grades 11-12. 632 pages with glossary, hardcover.

  1. Worldviews in Conflict, Teacher Guide
    Worldviews in Conflict, Teacher Guide
    Kevin Swanson
    Master Books / 2015 / Trade Paperback
    $17.69 Retail: $24.99 Save 29% ($7.30)
    Availability: In Stock
    Stock No: WW519160

Worldviews in Conflict by Kevin Swanson will introduce high school students to the works and worldviews of some of the world's most influential thinkers and writers. This "Worldviews in Conflict Teacher Guide" includes a weekly lesson schedule, student worksheets, quizzes & tests, and an answer key. Lesson planner pages are grouped by type, rather than by lesson, so parents can easily remove tests and answer keys.

Students read the pages in the book and then complete the appropriate assignments; each suggested weekly schedule has three lessons that combine reading, worksheets, vocabulary-building and activity opportunities. Schedules are flexible and provide different options; the suggested schedule is 30-45 minutes per day three days per week.

As students read the text, they'll encounter selected readings and summaries of over 15 philosophers and authors. Book chapters include analysis of the included works along with biblical references and truths to help equip students to be able to argue against the humanist worldview. Emphasizing the danger of uncritically reading the "great" thinkers and writers without an explicitly Christian lens, this text will familiarize students with the thoughts and writings that have "undermined the Christian foundations in the West."

This planner covers 36 weeks. Reproducible for homeschool families and small classrooms with under 10 students. Line-listed answer keys. Glossary included. NKJV Scripture used. High School Grades 9-12.

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  • Worldviews in Conflict by Kevin Swanson