Biblical Principles of Government

A Christian Worldview Course Addressing:

Biblical Principles of Government

A Christian Worldview Course Addressing:
  • Poverty
  • Education
  • Rights
  • Socialism
  • Submission
  • Debt
  • Authority
  • Involvement
  • Taxation
  • Evolution
  • Law
  • History
  • Economics
  • Charity
  • Government
  • Apathy
  • Poverty
  • Education
  • Rights
  • Socialism
  • Submission
  • Debt
  • Authority
  • Involvement
  • Taxation
  • Evolution
  • Law
  • History
  • Economics
  • Charity
  • Government
  • Apathy
Biblical Principles of Government is a comprehensive worldview course taught by IPS President, Mike Winther. As hinted in the title, the course explores the biblical basis for the proper functions and limitations of government. Contrary to popular opinion, government is not free to do whatever it wishes. As an institution ordained by God, Scripture sets forth the boundaries by which government is authorized to act and for what purposes. Our job as Christians and citizens is to know these biblically-defined boundaries and then, even more importantly, to hold government officials accountable to these standards. This is the only way to restrain tyranny and unleash liberty — a defining hallmark of Christianity.

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There is a one-time charge of $75.00 to access all 10 videos until August 31, 2021.  You can watch anytime until the expiration.


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Testimonies



It changed my worldview forever and I cannot recommend any other class or curriculum more highly.

I have been fortunate enough to be able to take a trip to the Holy Land, to take a ‘Heritage’ tour with Marshall Foster, and visit many of our country’s historical landmarks. This 10 week IPS course is far more valuable than all those other things combined.

My wife and I signed up for this class because we felt obligated to gain a better understanding of how Scripture intersects with government, public policy, and economics.