The Discovery, Settlement, And Evangelization Of America
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION Related to this week's lesson:
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Schedule for this week:
Overview of weekly extra reading, e.g., "How Tyranny Came to America", from your workbook:
- Announcements, as needed
- Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of the USA
- Prayer of thanks
- Show "The Philosophy of Liberty: an irreverent, animated look at the ideas of Frederic Bastiat and John Locke",
segment on: Property
- Review "The Law" reading for this week
- Overview of weekly extra reading, e.g., "The Law" (1850) by Frederick Bastiat, from your workbook:
- The Law
- Life is a gift from God
- What is Law?
- A Just and enduring Government
- The complete perversion of the Law
- A fatal tendency of mankind
30 minute segment from Dr. John Eidsmoe's "Institute on the Constitution" DVD,
The Discovery, Settlement, And Evangelization Of America.
- The use of education
- Federal government ASSUMPTION of powers NEVER GIVEN TO IT!
- What the constitution did do.
- Is law just? What do the people have to say about justice?
- Tradition, evolving, how things changed.
- What powers do we really have?
- Review test on pg. 31.
Review of the fill-in-the-blank answers related to the workbook outline (Answers are also in the workbook).
Reading and answering of the multiple-choice questions for the week (Answers are NOT in your workbook.
Reading and answering of the True-False questions for the week (Answers are NOT in your workbook.
Discussion Questions as time allows
- The Plan of God & His Word to Law and Government
- Early Discoverers of America
- The Age of Discovery 1492-1620
- The Age of Settlement 1500-1776
Assignments for reading/homework:
- IOTC Workbook Week 3 - Please try to complete all test questions for week.
- Assignment for reading from "The Law" (1850) by Frederick Bastiat, from your workbook:
pg 234-236, sections
From Page 15, question #6, Email your instructor or write some summary for discussion next week of your understanding of this question:
Compare/contrast Sobran's "Great goals of education" to Mr. Eidsmoe's "Role of history in studing law and government."
- Property and Plunder
- Victims of Lawful Plunder
- The Results of Legal Plunder
- The Fate of Non-Conformists
- Who Shall Judge?
- The Reason Why Voting Is Restricted
- The Answer Is to Restrict the Law
- The Fatal Idea of Legal Plunder
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