Age of Revolution II
It was during the 1800s that the river of humanism began to cut a many-streamed delta across the western world: mankind believed his "progress" placed him at the center of science, industry, philosophy, literature, etc., with the power to re-write life's most basically-held truths.
But the fountain of spiritual renewal was also bubbling in a concern for missions, slavery, revival, and more.
News of the American Revolution had given many freedom-parched Europeans a desire for liberty. Their problems were very real, but they had to decide who had the answers: God, Karl Marx, or the sophisticated humanism swiftly consuming even the Christian church.
In all that, history was marching on: Napoleon's conquests, the Industrial Revolution, the Romantic Movement in art, the rise of socialism, etc.
America was just a fledgling nation, facing the War of 1812 and then the fearsome Civil War/War Between the States. She never stopped growing though, as pioneers poured into the new Louisiana Purchase and down the Santa Fe and Oregon Trails.
Physical Copy | 29.95
PDF | 23.95
Table of Contents
"Optional" Spine Citations
AJTL Notebooking Pages
Our Notebooking Pages are another way for your child to record learned information. You will find a notebooking page for most topics in the TruthQuest History program. Simply read about the topic of study, then have your child express their learning on the notebook page. Once the notebook is completed, your child can share his/her new-found knowledge with family and friends, as well as have a personal keepsake! You can look back over the year to see your child's growth in language usage, penmanship, and creativity.