Principles of Algebra 2: Applied Algebra from a Biblical Worldview


An algebra course that actually shows students why they’re learning algebra…and how algebra proclaims God’s praises.

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A course that teaches algebra from a biblical perspective!

Get ready to get a glimpse of God’s handiwork as you apply algebra from your studies. Most algebra books come across as a whole bunch of meaningless, often hard-to-understand problems. But algebra doesn’t have to be that way at all. This book is full of different “tools” in algebra, seeing how they all really help us explore God’s creation and complete real-life tasks…and then conveying that in the program. Students should leave their math lessons for the day understanding why they’re learning what they’re learning, equipped to really apply math, and awed at the Creator.

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“Each and every topic is presented in such a way so as to constantly remind us of Who God is and how He truly matters in our lives….The dialogue is written in conversational English, not highbrow “mathematicianese,” so it is easy to understand….The examples are generally not just random math problems. Most are carefully chosen to clearly illustrate the principle and to reveal evidence of our Creator…..I highly recommend this textbook for math students AND for teachers in generals as a reference book for learning how they can be more effective at incorporating a Christ-centered focus into all of their subjects.”

Jay Auxt, Retired Adjunct Instructor of Mathematics and Creation Science at Antietam Bible College
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