Biblical Worldview Training
Biblical Worldview Training is for two groups of people. The first group includes high school and college students that want to obtain a solid Biblical worldview and be able to answer the skeptics and critics of Biblical Christianity. Christian students should not attend college without taking this course.  This training program is not only affordable but  is highly recommended and affirmed by some of the world's most respected Biblical authors, teachers, and pastors. The second group includes adults that want to take the course to increase their Biblical knowledge and understanding. We offer a family rate in hopes that parents and their student(s) will take the course together. We also offer group rates for Christian schools, home-school co-ops, and churches.

Why Biblical Training is Important and Why the Church Needs More Biblical Trained Students?

International Speaker and author  Ken Ham has written a troubling yet inspiring book with Britt Beemer and Todd Hillard entitled Already Gone: Why Your Kids Will Quit Church and What You Can Do to Stop It. Working with a professional pollster, Ham surveyed those who attend church every week or nearly every week in conservative congregations. Some highlights from the book will show the monumental reclamation job ahead of us. The researchers found that:
  1. A mass exodus is underway. Most youth of today will not be coming to church tomorrow. Nationwide polls and denominational reports are showing that the next generation is calling it quits on the traditional Church. And it's not just happening on the nominal fringe; it's happening at the core of the faith.
  2. Only 11 percent of those who have left the Church did so during the college years. Almost 90 percent of them were lost in middle school and high school. By the time they got to college they were already gone! About 40 percent are leaving the Church during elementary and middle school years!
  3. If you look around in your church today, two-thirds of those who are sitting among us have already left in their hearts. It will only take a couple years before their bodies are absent as well.
  4. The numbers indicate that Sunday school actually didn't do anything to help them develop a Christian worldview. The brutal conclusion is that, on the whole, the Sunday school programs of today are statistical failures.
  5. Part of the concern is that the mere existence of youth ministry and Sunday school allows parents to shrug off their responsibility as the primary teachers, mentors, and pastors to their families. [Ken Ham & Britt Beemer with Todd Hillard, Already Gone: Why Your Kids Will Quit Church and What You Can Do to Stop It (Green Forest, AR: Master Books, 2009), 22, 33, 41]
What this means is that the church is good at teaching Bible stories but not at teaching Biblical principles or applying those principles to all areas of life. How many churches do you know, for instance, that teach the Biblical worldview for law, science, economics, history, family, social issues, religion, and education-the crucial disciplines of all of life and society? At church, does anyone learn about the lies of global warming, radical environmentalism, socialism, evolution, postmodernism, situational ethics, political correctness, or population control?

ACSITo receive a full credit for this course the student must complete 85 hours of online training, and must also submit an 2 essays on  the book entitles "Religious Trojan Horse", which is available in an e-book format or in hardcover. 

For Adults taking the corse, please note that only the 85 hiourse of online training is necessary ACSI Continuing Education Units.