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I read some reviews on Exodus Books.  C. Hollis Crossman says this about BJU history... "This course will give your kids a solid knowledge of history. It may not give them as much of an understanding, since it doesn't cover ideas or movements in as much detail as it might, but they will be familiar with the general flow of events."

Do you feel the same?  I'm trying to decide on BJU American vs Notgrass American. 

Maybe Notgrass will give them a better 'understanding'?  or "cover ideas or movements... (and) be familiar with the general flow of events" better?

But will Notgrass give "your kids a solid knowledge of history"?  Does it go deep enough (I know... enough for what? :) )



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