We the People have the duty to restrain a government operating outside Constitutional boundaries. The Institute on the Constitution invites you to learn how by discovering your American heritage and birthright.
INSTITUTE ON THE CONSTITUTION – Course Description & Information
A great history and non-partisan government class for adults and teens to be introduced to the U. S. Constitution, our Biblical heritage and the concept of limited government. Twelve weekly classes of approximately 2 hours each are comprised of a 30-minute video lecture, group review and discussion questions.
Beginning with the Bible you will learn of the origins of history, law and government, followed by stories of America’s discovery, settlement and evangelization from exciting, primary sources you never saw in school! Then, the worldview of the founding fathers is discussed, which leads straight to the text of the Constitution.
Your live instructors will be Barry Sheets, Executive Director of the Institute for Principled Policy and owner of Principled Policy Consulting, LLC and Chuck Michaelis Executive Director of Camp American and Vice-chairman of the Institute For Principled Policy. Barry has nearly two decades of experience working with elected officials and public policy. Chuck is a biochemist with a voluminous knowledge of history. Lt. Colonel John Eidsmoe is the video instructor. Lt. Colonel Eidsmoe is a Constitutional attorney and professor with degrees in theology, law and political science. He is a published author and frequent lecturer at colleges, churches and community groups.
This timely and relevant course’s cost is $60 per person prior to Monday January 13, 2014. Registration after that date will be $75. Your course fee includes the 12 weekly lectures, a Student Manual, and a number of supplemental books that will be read during the course.
CLASS DATES AND TIME – Begins Thursday January 16, 2014, from 7:15-9:15 p.m. for 12 weeks ending Thursday April 3, 2014
Join in the cause of preserving our God-given Liberty and restoring our Constitutional Republic. After all, if you don’t defend Liberty, who will?