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American Civics: Foundations of Statesmanship & Civics – Keeping Your Republic
American Civics: Foundations of Statesmanship & Civics – Keeping Your Republic /LIVE
with Mr. Austin Powell
*Easy Payment Plans: $84/month *(details below)
Grades: 9-12th (and adults)
- Live Class: Weekly MONDAYS 6:00-7:15 PM ET, or
Flexible Recorded/Graded Option: The day/time does not work for me! Register anyway for this LIVE class. Notify your teacher that you need this option. Watch the recorded class weekly and meet all deadlines.
Course Dates: August 23-May 9
Cost: $588 (+$50 registration fee, not refundable)
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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