Buy Best DBFA 300 Marriage Family and Faith Basic Worldviews
This course examines basic cultural and biblical worldviews regarding both marriage and the family as core societal institutions and lays a biblical foundation for understanding policy-making and advocacy concerns. Philosophical and spiritual dynamics are examined from a Judeo-Christian perspective and in light of current social norms. Ethical concerns and multicultural factors are also considered.
For information regarding the prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.
The evolving definitions of marriage and the family are among the most controversial social issues in America today. How Christians navigate the complexities of these issues matters greatly for both an eternal impact on individual families, and also as it pertains to societal impact regarding the direction of a nation. There is a need to understand the history and current landscape of these conflicting worldviews and provide the foundations of a plan for the preservation of traditional Judeo-Christian values, as well as the well-being of the family.
Measurable Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify why philosophy and worldviews matter when viewed against the various worldviews prevalent today.
- Defend a Christian worldview and the biblical definition of marriage and family.
- Describe the philosophical and theological impediments to understanding the biblical worldview of marriage and family such as dualism, postmodernism, ethical relativism, utilitarianism, and egoism.
- Defend biblical Christianity as a complete philosophical system that embraces the whole of reality and every aspect of human life as a credible belief system for marriage and family.
- Recognize a biblical worldview as the key to self-understanding and personal integration and as the means of orienting him/herself in human history, the world, and culture.
Textbook Readings and Lecture Presentations
Course Requirements Checklist
After reading the Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in Module 1: Week 1.
Essay Assignments (4)
The student will write four double-spaced essays of 500 words in the current APA format using a provided prompt about the various issues impacting the family. Each essay must incorporate research and demonstrate course-related knowledge. (MLOs A, B, C, D, E).
4-MAT Book Review Assignments (2)
The 4-MAT Book Review system is a way of responding to readings that requires the learner to interact with new ideas on several levels, including a Summary, Concrete Responses, a Reflection, and personal Application. Each 4-MAT Book Review Assignment must be 900 to 1,300 words with each section totaling 200 to 250 words in length. This assignment must include a title page, and reference page, and follow current APA formatting. Please see the specific assignment instructions included within the course. (MLOs A, B, E).
There will be two open-book quizzes in the course. Quiz: Mid-Term will cover materials from Modules 1: Week 1- Module 4: Week 4. Quiz: Final will cover materials from Module 5: Week 5- Module 8: Week 8. (MLOs A, E).
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