Biblical Principles of Government
Biblical Principles of Government is the flagship and longest-running program of IPS. It is a 10 week, 20 hour course designed for adults and teenage students dealing with a broad variety of topics relating to family, church, and civil government. It includes teaching on history, evolution, economics, charity, education, and basic civics. Most of the concepts covered in Biblical Principles of Government have not been taught in American schools since before the Civil War.
Logos Forensic Association
Logos Forensic Association (LFA) is a speech and debate league for private Christian high schools. Established in 2008, this league trains teachers and students about limited government and free markets in relation to debate topics. In addition, students are instructed in logic, rhetoric, and civil argumentation. Unlike many other high school debate leagues, the LFA is committed to building character and a biblical worldview in its high school students.
Modesto Debate is a homeschool debate club that trains high school students in the ethical and philosophical aspects of government and economics. Founded in 1999, this club is taught personally by Mike and Mary Winther and is part of Stoa, a multi-state Christian debate league for homeschooled students.
Principle Perspective is a research publication providing biblical and practical analysis of major issues affecting society. It is formulated with insight designed to provide alternative commentary and analysis on particular issues, events, or newsworthy topics not found in the media.
IPS Honor Society
IPS Honor Society is a discussion-oriented program for high school students and young adults. This program is designed to lay sound foundations reinforcing them with logic, evidence, and debate. The IPS Honor Society is composed of a series of modules called, Principle Oriented Discussions (or POD’s for short). Each POD focuses on a particular area of the Christian worldview: government, economic, apologetic, etc.
Civics Summit is a two day conference focusing on one government or economic topic, addressing it in both theory and in practical application. Featuring guest speakers from the around country, Civics Summit dissects policies and offers Bible-based, liberty-driven solutions.
Constitution Under Siege
Constitution Under Siege is a one day, six hour seminar on the U.S. Constitution taught from a strict constructionist and original intent perspective. This seminar explains the biblical background, engrained concepts, framework, misunderstood clauses, and purpose of the Constitution.