Excerpt from Philosophy in 4 Questions

Excerpt from Philosophy in 4 Questions

Excerpt from Philosophy in 4 Questions

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Philosophy in 4 Questions sample

 Philosophy in 4 Questions sample

Excerpt from Philosophy in 4 Questions

Philosophy in 4 Questions sample

Don’t graduate without it! Philosophy in 4 Questions is one of the most important courses a homeschool high schooler can use for a powerful transcript and life preparation. Here’s why:

  1. Philosophers run the world- your teens need to become aware of the ideas running the world. (You just don’t notice it. Philosophers are the brains behind political decisions, health care management, types of books we read, fashions we enjoy, even some of the ways we interact with our theology.)
  2. Teens who recognize philosophical thoughts and trends can become culture creators themselves.
  3. God is a philosopher. Philosophy is the love of wisdom. God said to “get wisdom”. God is the creator of wisdom.  It is important for our teens learn to be wise and submit their thinking to God’s wisdom.

Although students need no prerequisite his course is a great follow-up for History and Philosophy of the Western World.

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Excerpt from Philosophy in 4 Questions

Sabrina Justison

20+ year homeschool mom and curriculum developer for 7SistersHomeschool.com. Fred's wife. Writing, drama, music, blogs, kids, shoes, coffee, & books in varying orders on various days. He is God, He is good & He loves me.

4 Replies to “Excerpt from Philosophy in 4 Questions”

  1. Can you please tell me how many credits this Philosophy course fulfills and what it can be counted as?

    • Good question, Shannon. This is a one-credit course. It is an elective course, what college admissions officers call a “sparkle” course. If your homeschooling program requires a humanities credit, it will count as that.

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