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The 11th Annual OCEANetwork Conference
From Generation to Generation
August 19 & 20, 2005

Other sessions recomended for teens/parents include:
Art, Music, and Movies from a Biblical Worldview - Standards of Discernment for Art, Literature and Movies
Banished to Babylon, USA
Designing Courses for Junior High and High School
High School Overview
How To and How Not To Choose a College
How to Think Like a Christian
Jr. High Needs
Keeping Your Teen on the Road to Purity
Setting a Paradigm for Purity
The Promise: The Beauty and Power of the Fifth Commandment
Unsquish Your Mind: Is 'Worldview' in the Bible?
More sessions for teens/parents
How to Think Like a Christian
Speaker: Doug Phillips

Have you ever wondered if there is a distinctively Christian approach to teaching math, grammar, history, etc.? Doug answers these and similar questions in this important introduction to Christian apologetics and the true meaning of a biblical worldview. This talk is appropriate for adults and high school students. It is especially important that home educators understand a Christian theory of knowledge and education if they hope to train their children to “take every thought captive to the obedience of Jesus Christ.” Issues discussed include: Can academics be theologically neutral? What is the role of logic in a Christian worldview? Do facts speak for themselves? How may we defend the Bible? Lastly, how do we answer the problem of evil?

CD: $5.50

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