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TruthQuest History
Story of Mankind
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Michelle Miller
What is TruthQuest History?
  • TruthQuest History is a deep and rich literature-based history study…but with a difference. You will not learn the story of mankind; you will learn the lovestory of mankind. You will not focus on the rise and fall of human civilizations; you will focus on the arrow-straight line of God's unchanging existence, power, love, truth, and plan for civilization. You will not simply 'meet the culture' or 'get the facts;' you will probe the truths of history so deeply that your students will be equipped to change their world!

  • Why? Because mankind is not the prime force in the universe ...God is. He initiates; we respond. History, therefore, is not first about what people do. It is first about what God does and says, and secondly about what people believe and do in response.

  • The exploration of history, then, should reveal God and His truth, not glorify the achievements of mankind. Indeed, the kings, artists, philosophers, writers, and scientists cannot even be understood until seen for who they are – people motivated by basic beliefs about God, whether true or untrue. The consequences of their Big 2 Beliefs (Who is God, and who, then, is mankind?) are displayed in history...and teach us all. Let us, then, not be found teaching humanistic history. Let us learn of civilization and its beliefs in a way that reveals and glorifies the God whose name is Truth. Your children will realize the only source of freedom is God's laws, and the only source of human worth is God's love for us. Once common knowledge, our society now thinks the opposite...and suffers for it.

  • You now understand the heartbeat of TruthQuest History: the lively commentaries which introduce each and every topic in our chronological guides, and which help the students unforgettably connect the people, events, and culture of a civilization to its Big 2 Beliefs. They will then have colorful, continuous, and convincing proof of the reality of God and the superiority of His truths.  Only after the deepest issues have been thusly addressed can the reading of engaging “living books” begin; otherwise even literature-based study will yield only unconnected, superficial, and human-oriented learning. Let our commentary provide you with context and insight on each topic. Let the recommended reading list for each topic help you select resources. Let our strategically-placed ThinkWrite™ exercises help your students internalize and express the deepest lessons of history.

TruthQuest History
Seeking God's truth...embedded in the flow of history!
  • Profound, sequential commentary
  • Vast, specific literature recommendations
  • Provocative ThinkWrite™ exercises

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"My heart was in my throat as I opened the package. I started to cry as I realized that these guides were better than anything I could have imagined. I have spent so much money on 'wonderful' curriculum only to be disappointed time and again. I finally feel free and secure enough that I can let go of all that curriculum I have been hanging on to for 'reference.' Know anyone who needs anything?"
  –K.H., Texas


"Your guides actually have what I anticipated in other guides but didn't find. Good job!"
  –L.J., California


"I first thought TQH was mostly a booklist. Boy, was I deceived."
–S.C., Mississippi



"My 18yod called from Bible college to say that the worldview her instructors were trying to explain was just a more complicated version of the Big 2 Beliefs she learned in TruthQuest History. When she turned in a paper using the TQH ideas, the instructor told her that he planned to use them next semester because she was able to explain the issues so clearly."
 –L.C., Nebraska

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