Christian Worldview Bootcamp
Dear parents of High Schoolers,
Are you looking for a good way to motivate your teens near summer’s end to prepare them for the new academic year? Here’s a great opportunity to do just that! Our Department at LU is holding our Christian Worldview Bootcamp on July 22-26, 2019. High school students and rising 9th graders 13-18 years old are invited to attend. Our day camp runs 9am-3:30pm daily, Monday thru Friday. Our goal is to strengthen students’ faith and confidence in defending the gospel in our culture. Drs. Ed Martin (Grace Church) and Michael Jones (Berean) lead the camp, and speakers include Dr. Gary Habermas, a resurrection of Jesus expert and well-known author. Please consider our camp for your High School-aged sons and daughters, and pass along to brothers and sisters, friends, neighbors, or youth group/homeschool group/civic group folks who might be interested. Please join us! Homeschooled parents may wish to count this as a transcripted course for academic credit in Logic and Critical Thinking and/or Christian Worldview. Questions? Contact Dr. Ed Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 434-401-3896. Cost is $149. Camp limited to 15 participants, so register early. Register for camp at: https://secure.visualzen.com/vzevents/liberty/register.aspx?eid=h%2bWDCWc7Ag5L9dfkWGUJxiWa U6X9pkCQnXvnqG6daOg%3d#
The Philosophy Department at LU will be holding a Christian Worldview BootCamp the week of July 22-26, 2019. It’s a day camp for those in the LYH area and runs 9am-3:30pm each day, Monday thru Friday. Our goal is to strengthen students’ faith and confidence in defending the gospel in our culture. If you know of High School-aged (at least 14) brothers or sisters, friends, neighbors, or youth group/homeschool group/civic group folks who might be interested, please pass this along. We will have a reading list and assessments for those who want to take the course (e.g. as a homeschooled student) as a transcripted course for academic credit. Contact Dr. Ed Martin with any questions at email@example.com[.] Register at
Edward N. Martin, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy and Theology
Department of Philosophy