Can you identify the ten most significant battles of the ancient world and their providential connection to the rise of Christendom? Can you date the Ice Age and describe its relationship to the post-Babel dispersion of the nations? Can you rebut the “ancient astronaut” hypothesis? Can you chronologically list the most important events in Christendom during the first thousand years after the resurrection of Christ, or explain the top five heresies facing the early church fathers? Can you provide a providential sketch of the history of Assyria, Macedonia, Persia, Greece, Rome, Byzantium, Japan, Scotland, England, and America? Can you draw five timely lessons from the Mayas, Aztecs, and Incas for the modern United States? Do you understand the relationship between technology and Christianity, between industrialization and the sociology of the family, or between inventions and evangelism? Are you able to identify the most influential worldviews of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and contrast them to biblical orthodoxy? Finally, are you prepared to oppose the wave of revisionist history being prepared for the celebration of America’s 400th birthday — the Quadricentennial?
If your answer to the above is “no,” we would like to suggest a remedy which will not only better equip you to “be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15) but also expand your passion for your Creator, the sovereign Lord over history. We invite you to join hundreds of other young men and women, students, and like-minded families for this once-in-a-lifetime event held in the historic vicinity of Williamsburg and Jamestown in Hampton, Virginia.
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