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HIEU201 - History of Western Civilization I

By Liberty University Online

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A survey of the major currents in Western civilization from its beginnings in the ancient Near East to 1648.

Customer Reviews

This is incomplete beyond belief and highly opinionated

I'm disappointed in these talks. I will give 1 star for definitions to words you provided here and there, however this "history" you are providing is unbelievably opinionated and actually missing information!

The world (and in this case western civilization 1 -- i cannot imagine 2 is any better) you are portraying in this did not exist as you see it, there are multiple viewpoints and ways of looking at history. The 1 tiny, skewed way is just 1 depiction that is incomplete (and does not provide the full picture our young minds need).

This isn't education, but an abomination!

WWJD? Probably be so disappointed that your university has skewed his message and word!

History

Definiton of contempt, is where no investigation into the subject has been attempted, yet an opinion on the undiscovered subject is provided with criticism or disdain. I hold previous review from DSRW? in contempt.

Fanatical Christian Religious History

This isn't legitimate history. It is an "Old Testament" based religious lecture containing historically marginal information.