What is The Mystery of History?
An intro to The Mystery of History
by Linda Lacour Hobar
A Chronological, Complete, Christian World History Curriculum for All Ages. Four Volumes Spanning from Creation to Modern Times.
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Chronological, Complete, Christian World History Curriculum
(Creation – c. A.D. 33) This volume covers world history from Creation to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The text spans the incredible stories of ancient times, ancient lands, and ancient peoples.
(A.D. 30 – 1456) Volume II expands on the fall of the Roman Empire and the Dark Ages that followed. Delve into the chivalry of knights and damsels, kings and queens, and the peasants who faithfully served them. Students visit Vikings and villains; castles and crusades; and the poetry of Dante and Chaucer.
(1455 – 1707) Volume III will look at what was going on all over the world in the order that it happened. While the Renaissance and Reformation were taking shape in Europe, students will look at the rise of wealthy empires in West Africa; the Mogul dynasty of India; and the peaceful lives of the Aboriginals of Australia. We will also visit Ivan the Terrible in Russia and the Tokugawa family in Japan.
(1708 – 2014) Volume IV, the last and final volume of this world history series, spans three pressure-filled centuries from 1708 to 2014. Starting with Bach and Handel, two of four major composers included in Volume IV, the time period will see numerous “wars of independence.” From the American colonies, the heart of Mexico, the gold mines of Australia, the mountaintops of South America, the shores of Greece, and the walls of the Alamo, we will find mankind desperately striving for liberty and freedom through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Teaching with The Mystery of History Curriculum
Warm, inspiring, and personable, The Mystery of History is a Christian world history curriculum for all ages with some guidance and tweaking. How? That’s what this section hopes to explain. Click the button below for ideas on how to teach Younger, Middle, and Older Students with one text!