Advanced “Biblical Principles of Government” Course Online
The Sequel to the Original Series
Diving Further into the Biblical Basis for the Proper Role of Government with Expanded Subject Matter and Concrete Application
PLEASE NOTE: This Event is Postponed! It Will Be Rescheduled for a Later Date
If you’ve been through the original 10-week series (which is available to stream on-demand), you know how important it is to understand the biblical model for governing society. More specifically, knowing what civil government should and should not do. Now, in the follow-up class, IPS President, Mike Winther, will expand upon those principles and apply them to topics not covered in the first series. Examples of new topics, include: gun control, transportation, infectious diseases, resistance to tyranny, and elections. Mike will also deepen your understanding of economics, foreign policy, and strategy for change.
The advanced course begins November 10th and concludes December 15th in Ripon, California, at First Christian Reformed Church. After each gathering, the video session will be uploaded the next day on Thursday (excluding Thanksgiving).
Upon registration, you will have 1 year from date of purchase to view the on-demand videos. To continue watching, you will need to renew your access after the expiration. Only one registration per household or group is necessary. All online services are provided through the IPS website. You will not be redirected to another third-party service. For questions or assistance, please email or call our office.
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Michael R. Winther is the President and Founder of the Institute for Principle Studies (IPS). He sits on the Board of Scholars at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy and holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Idaho.
As a lifelong student of history and government, Mr. Winther feels a burden to teach the important principles of government and economics — principles that were known by many of our founding fathers, but unfortunately were forgotten a generation later.
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- Dec 09 2021