PhilosophyIntroductory Level Certificate
Following the path offered in these studies, you will finish this course with a sound, basic understanding of the major thinkers and schools of thought in the history of philosophy.
This independent study course, which will introduce you to the field of philosophy, can be completed in 12 weeks by listening to about 1.5 hours of lectures each week and finishing the reading and writing assignments given below.
Sproul, R.C. The Consequences of Ideas (DVD)
The Consequences of Ideas Study Guide
Nash, Ronald. Life's Ultimate Questions: An Introduction to Philosophy.
1. Watch all of The Consequences of Ideas lectures.
2. Complete the study questions in the The Consequences of Ideas Study Guide [Note: The student is not required to complete the application questions]. Type the answers on a separate sheet of paper.
3. Read Nash's Life's Ultimate Questions.
4. Pass an open book exam upon completion of the coursework. The multiple choice exam consists of two parts. Part One contains 25 questions from the The Consequences of Ideas lectures and study guide. Part Two contains 25 questions from Nash's Life's Ultimate Questions.