The Principle Approach is a method of education that combines traditional and classical elements. These hardbound volumes provide the historical and philosophical framework for those willing to exert the effort.
The principles at the heart of the program are derived from Scripture and a particular historical perspective—this is explained primarily in the Constitution volumes. The Noah Plan, also published by F.A.C.E., is a practical outworking of the Principle Approach in a subject by subject curriculum.
The Christian History of the American Revolution
by Verna M. Hall
This volume provides the biblical background of the American Revolution by comparing the liberty of the Gospel with American political liberty. It contains an essay by Rosalie J. Slater entitled "The Education of John Quincy Adams" that is both a model and an inspiration to home educators.
The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America, Volume I: Christian Self-Government and Volume II: Christian Self-Government with Union
These books, compiled by Verna Hall, provide primary sources that help lay the philosophical foundation for the Principle Approach. The primary sources contained in these books document the Christian heritage of America. They should be used as reference tools. Study guides are available.