Decipher the Hidden Code of Creation

Economics 1 

Instructor:  Pastor Paul Michael Raymond 
E-mail: pastor@HisGlory.us
Phone: 403-352-2667

Course Description

Basics of economic theory is presented by tracing the development of economic thinking through history, using the "Great man" approach.  The course emphasizes theory as the foundation of sound economic application.  But theory is not of necessity dull when subjected to intense Biblical analysis. All required readings are provided through online Lessons, internet links, and the text  Productive Christians In An Age of Guilt Manipulators by David Chilton.

  • Tuition:    $275 Premier        OR        Tuition:     $25 Basic
  • Mode:      Instructor                            Mode:      Self-taught
  • Offered:   Fall                                     Offered:   Fall or Spring
  • Textbook: Productive Christians         Textbook:  Productive Christians

Economics 2 

Instructor:  Pastor Paul Michael Raymond 
E-mail: pastor@HisGlory.us
Phone: 403-352-2667

Course Description

This course covers the basic principles of economics from a Christian perspective. Starting from the nature of man as the basic economic actor it moves on to a consideration of foundational presuppositions derived from the Bible. The course expands student knowledge of economics by using basic principles to answer everyday questions about the way the world works. 

Instead of dry discussion about contrived scenarios of how many "widgets" a factory should produce, the course applies theory to real-world questions in order to derive economic insight. In some cases we may not reach a definitive conclusion, but discuss alternative explanations of economic phenomena. The latter include factors of production, distribution, the market system, supply and demand, pricing, and the theory of the firm. 

  • Tuition:    $275 Premier   
  • Mode:      asynchronous
  • Offered:   Fall                           
  • Textbook: Economics: Principles and Policy From a Christian Perspective


Pre-Calculus 1a

Instructor:  Daniel Lebowitz 
E-mail: dlebowitz22@gmal.com
Phone: 541-292-8758

Course Description

This is the first semester of Pre-Calculus. Pre-Calculus covers basic through advanced trigonometry, including exponential functions, logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions of angles, periodic functions, trigonometric functions and identities, applications of trigonometry, Euclidean geometry, and conics.

  • Tuition:    $275 Premier   
  • Mode:      Instructor                  
  • Offered:   Fall                           
  • Textbook: None           
  • Calculator: TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculator required.                     



Pre-Algebra 1a

Instructor:  Daniel Lebowitz 
E-mail: dlebowitz22@gmal.com
Phone: 541-292-8758

Course Description

This is the first semester of Pre-Algebra. Pre-Algebra reinforces skills in whole number, fractions, and decimals while introducing computation with rational numbers, exponents, order of operation, and the use of variables, expressions, formulas, and equations. Ratio and proportions, percent, and topics in measurement are also studied. Working with real data, formulas, and applications will be stressed.   

  • Tuition:    $275 Premier   OR   Tuition:     $25 Basic
  • Mode:      Instructor                  Mode:      Self-taught
  • Offered:   Fall                           Offered:   Fall or Spring
  • Textbook: None                        Textbook:  None


Algebra 1a

Instructor:  Daniel Lebowitz 
E-mail: dlebowitz22@gmal.com
Phone: 541-292-8758

Course Description

This is the first semester of Algebra 1. Introduces the study and application of the real numbers, operations with real numbers, exponents, order of operations, mathematical modeling, solving linear equations, methods of problem solving, rates, slope, graphs of lines, equations of lines, and systems of linear equations. Working with real data, formulas, and applications will be stressed.

  • Tuition:    $275 Premier   OR   Tuition:     $25 Basic
  • Mode:      Instructor                  Mode:      Self-taught
  • Offered:   Fall                           Offered:   Fall or Spring
  • Textbook: None                        Textbook:  None


Algebra 2a

Instructor:  Daniel Lebowitz 
E-mail: dlebowitz22@gmal.com
Phone: 541-292-8758

Course Description

This is the first semester of Algebra 2. Includes an introduction to the study and application of quadratic, radical, exponential, and logarithmic expressions and functions. Working with real data and the mathematics of curve fitting will be developed using a graphing calculator.

  • Tuition:    $275 Premier   
  • Mode:      Instructor                  
  • Offered:   Fall                           
  • Textbook: None        
  • Calculator: TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculator required.