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It's often repeated in textbooks, speeches, and non-fiction: religious liberty came from the enlightenment. Farris doesn't flinch away from the history of persecution that did come from Christians, but takes the position that the advocates of freedom didn't believe in religious liberty in spite of their Christianity, but because of their faith in Christ. Tracing the development of religious liberty from medieval Europe to colonial America, this detailed historical overview explores the attitudes and sacrifices that helped drive the dream of religious liberty in America.
"The History of Religious Liberty" student edition is the exact same text as the book The History of Religious Liberty: From Tyndale to Madison, but has been enhanced with images of relevant people, places, and events (which makes it a larger, textbook-size book).
"The History of Religious Liberty: From Tyndale to Madison Parent Lesson Planner" supplements the student textbook with a weekly lesson schedule, student worksheets, quizzes & test, and an answer key. Lesson planner pages are grouped by type, rather than by lesson, so parents can easily remove tests and answer keys. Worksheets include short answer questions that require research, comprehension, and critical thinking skills; the book chapter titles and lesson planner day number are on the top of the worksheets for easy assignment tracking.
This planner covers 1 year of civics (worth 1 credit). The parent lesson guide is reproducible for homeschool families and small classrooms with under 10 students. Line-listed answer keys. NKJV Scripture used. Grades 9-12.
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