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American Civics: Foundations of Statesmanship & Civics – Keeping Your Republic
in 3. HISTORY / GOVERNMENT
American Civics: Foundations of Statesmanship & Civics – Keeping Your Republic (Live Evening Class)
with Mr. Austin Powell
*Easy Payment Plans: +-$73/month *(details below)
Grades: 9-12th (and adults)
Teacher-Led & Graded by J. Austin Powell, C.F.E., M.A.:
- Live Class: Weekly MONDAYS 6:00-7:15 PM ET, or
Flexible Recorded/Graded Option: Day/time does not work for you? Register Anyway for this LIVE class. Notify your teacher that you will watch the recorded class within a day or two of the LIVE class and meet all live class deadlines.
Course Dates: August 21, 2023-May 8, 2024
Cost: $635 (+$55 registration fee, not refundable)
Discounts: Promo Codes HERE
Instructor email: MrPowell@Apologia.com
More Information: No Prerequisites. Class description & teacher bio
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The course will explore the Biblical principles of government and statesmanship, both in terms of key governmental processes and structures. Three key concepts – political knowledge, normative values, and expected behaviors – will be evaluated from a Biblical worldview.
Learning Outcomes include, but are not limited to:
- Identify the origins of government in both Classical and Christian historical contexts.
- Identify the establishment of government and its levels (local, state, Federal) from Biblical origins
- Compare and contrast a Democracy vs a Republic
- Examine policy issues in light of Biblical and political lenses
- Evaluate the impact of the Gospel on both Christian and modern conceptions of law
- Examine political concepts such as apportionment, voting, and elections
- Synthesize a Biblical model of statesmanship in the civic arena
- The importance of the electoral college
- Division of Powers
- U.S. Constitution & Bill of Rights
- Is Online Information Trustworthy?
- ...and much more