|Psychology: A Christian Perspective, High
is intended for Christian schools and homeschool
co-ops hho want an in-depth study of psychology from a Christian
Psychology: A Christian Perspective, High
School Edition mirrors the content in most college-level
Intro Psych texts.
Psychology: A Christian Perspective,
High School Edition has an accompanying Teachers' Guide
that includes Chapter Outlines and Summaries, Learning Objectives,
Key Concepts & People, Activities & Discussion, For
Further Study, Questions for Review, and Chapter Quizzes (with
The Teachers' Guide is available as a FREE digital download
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What people are saying about
Psychology: A Christian Perspective, High School Edition
As the Christian parent
of a daughter who is a freshman at a secular college and a home
educated son who is in high school, I was extremely interested
in this textbook. I graduated from an excellent Christian school
and then attended a state university. It was difficult to evaluate
the worldview of the required Psychology courses on my own.
I would have welcomed such a course to prepare me for what I
would face in college. - Cassie J. <<Read
Cassie's full review here.>>
Sorry that it as taken so long to get back
to you. I have been reading! This is fantastic and I cannot
wait to to recommend it to other local homeschool coop programs,
as well as our own! You did a great job retaining who you are
as an author and incorporating all of the "must haves"
in an introductory psychology course. I even loved that you
put the research methods in the back, for that is my least favorite
subject to teach; even though important it is best understood
after the concepts of the 'who, what and where'of psychology
are accomplished. I am not even halfway through, I keep thinking
I will just skim it, but I find myself reading. - Pam P.
In reviewing Dr. Rices
newest book, Psychology: A Christian Perspective High
School Edition, I was pleased to find he had included more information
specific to the subject of psychology (in contrast to Biblical
psychology worldview vs. secular psychology worldview covered
so well in the first half of his first book), and he did so
in direct correlation to the AP Psychology standards. -
Sharon G. <<Read
Sharon's full review here.>>
Dr. Tim Rice has done a wonderful job explaining
what Psychology is and has taken the fear out of studying it.
He explains the difference between Psychology's worldview and
Christianity's worldview and why we as Christians should not
be hesitant to study Psychology. Since our minds were created
by God, studying how the mind works can bring us closer to Him.
- Sherri Wilson Johnson <<Read
Sherri's full review here.>>
On a side note, I would
like to compliment you on the editing of your text. As I have
reviewed it, I have found it to be very readable and also free
from errors in spelling, punctuation, and grammar. This attention
to quality reflects well on your endeavor!
- Sally E.