This is a presale of the complete course in streaming/download format. Part 1 will release in May; Part 2 in October. See below for info on DVDs.
“Crafty men condemn studies, simple men admire them, and wise men use them.” – Francis Bacon
Christendom is the conclusion to Dave Raymond’s comprehensive world history from a Christian worldview. This series covers early church history through the Reformation. Through a combination of stories and moral philosophy, Dave shows how Christianity spread across much of the world changing everything from family life to art to government to science to worship. Learn the stories of redeemed men and women who demonstrate how Christianity changes cultures and left a remarkable legacy for the world. Most importantly, learn that God is sovereign over the kings of earth and has given the nations as an inheritance to the one true King, Jesus Christ.
- 130 videos (40+ hours)
- 3 projects
- Year-long Portfolio
- Student Reader based on original sources (PDF, EPUB, and Kindle)
- Teacher’s Guide with Scope & Sequence (PDF, EPUB, and Kindle)
- EPUB & Kindle versions of the Student Reader and Teacher’s Guide using Dyslexia-friendly fonts. View a side-by-side sample from American History.
- Weekly Exams
Credit: One High School History/Social Studies (Click on the FAQ tab for a complete breakdown of hours.)
Age: 14+ (We recommend children be over age 14 to take this class due to challenging and sometimes mature content. Please be aware of some brief artistic nudity in some of the historical artwork that is presented in the course.)
DVDs will be available for Part 1 in Oct 2022 and Part 2 in Spring 2023. If you purchase this digital streaming/download version now, you will also receive a coupon code in October when DVDs are available to purchase for an additional price of $15 + a one-time shipping fee.
Dave Raymond lives in rural Middle Tennessee with his wife and 6 children where he has taught the humanities for the past 20 years. He teaches the disciplines of history, literature, composition, and Latin through Quiller Tutorials.