Economics for Everybody

$25.00 / month

An insightful study of economic principles that links entrepreneurship with lemonade and Charlie Chaplin with supply and demand. Your homeschool student will develop an understanding of economic freedom, inflation, stewardship, and the roles of trade and markets.


A copy of the paperback study guide for this course is not included in the subscription price. However, a digital version is included.  You can order the study guide  in physical format, here.

If you’re confused about teaching economics, or are just looking for a great homeschool economics curriculum, this is the place to begin. RC Sproul, Jr.’s consummate teaching is illustrated with hundreds of fun and interesting clips from old movies, cartoons, and instructional videos.  The goal of this series is to make learning economics interesting and enjoyable.

This series:

  • Shows how economic freedom is directly related to religious freedom;
  • Examines the roles of trade, markets, money, and entrepreneurship;
  • Explores the differences between socialism, interventionism, and free markets;
  • Explains how stewardship is at the heart of a healthy economic system;
  • Includes a complete study guide with discussion questions, short answer, and recommended additional reading. – Updated July 2021! View the updated sample by downloading 2 free lessons.

If you desire to take this for high school credit, we recommend pairing it with the excellent economics textbook Basic Economics available in our store. The updated Study Guide is now linked to the 4th edition of that textbook and contains a full Scope & Sequence for planning. To order more study guides (digital version included with your subscription), click here.

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License: This product is licensed per family.  For group or coop usage, each family will need to purchase a subscription.

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RC Sproul, Jr.


1/2 HS Economics


Lessons 1 to 5 introduce key economic principles; Lessons 6 and 7 explain the relationships between theology, philosophy, and economics; Lessons 9 to 12 examine the application of economics in real-life systems. Everything fits together, with each lesson generally building on the lesson before it.

And God Created Economics | Stewardship in God’s Image (14:59)
The Economic Problem of Sin | Law, Liberty & Government (19:29)
The Path from Work to Wealth | Production, Property & Tools (20:31)
The Route From Scarcity to Plenty | Money, Markets & Trade (19:38)
The Role of the Entrepreneur | Capital, Calculation & Profit (16:36)
A Tale of Two Theologies, Part 1 | From God to Politics (24:13)
A Tale of Two Theologies, Part 2 | Economic Philosophies & Systems (18:19)
Government Intervention | Basic Principles & Education (18:35)
The Two Mysteries of Monetary Policy | Inflation & Depressions (27:29)
The Welfare & Corporate States of America | The Costs of Redistribution (23:21)
Economics Has Consequences | The Real Effects of Sin (26:05)
Kingdom Economics (14:38)

Sample Lessons

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Sample Study Guide

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New for fall 2021 — the updated and revised edition includes:

  • Lessons converted to a more convenient paragraph format.
  • Subheadings added to each lesson.
  • Scope & Sequence included in the Study Guide for easy curriculum planning.
  • Full Answer Key included in the book for convenient self-guided study.
  • For Further Reading sections updated with chapters for the 4th Edition of our recommended Basic Economics textbook.
  • PDF is linked from the Table of Contents for easy navigation.


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Subscriptions are licensed to a single family. In other words, use your Homeschool Mega Bundle subscription for all of the children in your household! All 130+ lessons are available to your family members at a single monthly price. If you are leading a coop or tutorial and plan to use one of our subscription courses, we ask that all participating families purchase a subscription to the course used in the tutorial. If the tutorial is using American History, then participating families may either purchase the single American History subscription or the Homeschool Mega Bundle which contains American History and 6 other courses.

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