The Principle Approach®
If you are interested in furthering your understanding of the Principle Approach, you can find courses at www.principleapproach.org
The Foundations Course of America’s Christian history, government, and education builds a solid foundation in the Principle Approach. There cannot be a distinctive, relevant, powerful, and persuasive Christianity without foundational truth, and Christians who think and reason Biblically. Learn the Christian philosophy of government and education that produced our Christian republic and apply it to your classroom, homeschool, business, or sermon.
The Applications Courses in the Principle Approach to teaching and learning equip the educator with the practical skills and tools for developing and implementing the methodology in each subject using The Noah Plan®.
Mathematics; English & Literature; Reading; and History &
The above courses are approved Continuing Education Units (CEU) accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). Graduate credit is available through Regent University.
What Makes the Principle Approach Unique?
It is Biblical...
» Enlightens the understanding (John 10:37)
» Corrects the temper (2 Peter 1:4)
» Forms the manners and habits of youth (Phil 1:11)
» Fits them for usefulness in their future stations (John 15:16)
It is American...
» It teaches the Christian how to think governmentally
» It teaches the providence or hand of God in history, specifically the historical relation between Christianity and liberty in this nation
» It teaches God’s continuing provision for individual liberty, self-government, and dominion
» It teaches that an American Christian is a steward of America’s heritage of Christian character, self-government, property, union, and form of government
It is Classical...
» Classical based on the Hebraic teaching tradition where the child was led by example through mentoring and interaction with adults to think, argue, reason, and relate
» The Hebrew view of education is inseparable from life itself and the primary purpose of teaching and learning in Bible times was to train the whole person for lifelong, obedient service in the knowledge of God