Truth In Action

As students pursue an accredited degree through the institution of their choice, The Virtues Campus on-campus program injects faith into their education. Our program allows students to look at the courses they are taking through a biblical lens to apply their education in an effective and meaningful way.

Our students study topics designed to foster a transformative understanding of biblical worldview and Christ-like character that can be applied across academic disciplines and all areas of life — personal, public and professional.

Courses include:

Understanding The Times

This series from Summit Ministries examines the six most prominent worldviews influencing the world today (Christianity, Islam, Secularism, Marxism, New Spirituality, and Postmodernism), and it shows how their influence manifests in the key academic disciplines operating in America’s institutions of higher learning today (Theology, Philosophy, Ethics, Biology, Psychology, Sociology, Law, Politics, Economics and History).

Understanding the Faith

A study in apologetics that lays the foundation for a Christian worldview by showing how the Bible is both authoritative and true. Students learn to think critically, defend their faith, and apply Christ's life and teaching, allowing His transformative presence to impact all areas of their lives: personal, public, professional.

Understanding the Times

Your view of God determines your view of the world. Students study today's six most significant worldviews and how this battle of ideas intersects within 10 key academic disciplines of theology, philosophy, ethics, biology, psychology, sociology, law, politics, economics, and history.

Understanding the Culture

How can an authentic Christian worldview provide a compassionate, effective witness in culture today? This course will encourage Christian students not only to think faithfully but also to live faithfully, equipping them to be a Christian witness in their personal and professional relationships.

 

Contemporary Issues

Today’s students face unprecedented pressure to embrace popular opinion, often setting aside a logical argument for reason. Through engaging dialog, students address the contemporary issues of today, learning to think critically and speak openly about solutions and the ideas behind their beliefs.

 

The American Republic

To play our part, each must understand what the founders intended when they created the greatest nation in the world. Upon this foundation, students understand the importance of leading a civic and virtuous life and how they can participate in our American Republic.

Most of my life I’ve had zero interest in politics. I didn’t think I needed to get involved, and that it was more important to just be involved in church. But this opened my eyes about the necessity for Christians to be involved in politics.
— John O., Virtues Campus student