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This course covers the history of the Jews, Greeks, and Romans, focusing upon the political, social, and cultural developments of these three peoples. The first part, covering Jewish history, deals with the time of the patriarchs up to the fall of Judah. The second part recounts Greek history from the prehistoric age up to Alexander the Great. The third part covers Roman history, outlining the developments of Rome from its foundation to the assassination of Caesar. The primary textbook, Outlines of Ancient History, is included with the course.

This course may be taken as a stand alone, but is crafted to integrate with Great Books 1: Ancient & Classical Times.

This course covers the history of the West from the birth of Christ, through the development of Christendom, up through the period of religious wars following the Protestant Reformation, focusing upon the political, social, and cultural developments of the West. The primary textbook is Light to the Nations, The History of Christian Civilization, Part 1.

This course may be taken as a stand alone, but is crafted to integrate with Great Books 2: The Christian Age.

This course continues the study of the history of West, particularly Europe, from the religious wars after the Protestant Reformation up to contemporary times, focusing upon the political, social, and cultural developments of the West. The primary textbook is Light to the Nations, The History of Christian Civilization, Part 2.

This course may be taken as a stand alone, but is crafted to integrate with Great Books 3: Modern Times.