A powerful online program equipping adults to become bold teachers of a biblical worldview.

Spring Semester Registration Opens in November.

What is MasterClass?

computer_classIt’s Worldview Academy’s unique curriculum made for adults and delivered online. These live online classes are for teachers, youth pastors, parents, and college-aged students who want to dig deeper into a biblical worldview.

MasterClasses are “live-fire” environments where expert Worldview faculty will guide you through weekly readings and discussions.

  • The same unique curriculum we teach at our Leadership Camps, expanded.
    You’ll read some of the best Christian authors and theologians and dig deep into biblical worldview, leadership skills, evangelism techniques, and apologetic concepts.
  • Weekly discussion-based live video classes.
    Each class explores the week’s readings in great depth and challenges you to apply the concepts learned to real life.
  • A lively community of fellow students and direct access to your teacher.
    Outside of the weekly classes, you’ll have access to your teacher as a mentor and sounding board. You won’t be alone as you seek to teach and apply what you’ve learned.


What People Are Saying About MasterClass

“I think of myself as someone who likes to think, probe, and understand, but Worldview Academy MasterClass took me to a whole new level! These courses have given me the confidence I needed to venture into conversations with people of differing viewpoints with an attitude of love, without sacrificing truth.”
-Atalie Bale, Church Youth Leader


“This class was a great experience of being exposed to some new material about worldview and a wonderful opportunity to bounce ideas off of other people about the content. I highly recommend it!”
-RosaLee Hagstrom, Professional Educator and Home School Consultant



For more information

Contact Brandon Booth at 800-241-1123 Ext 103 for more information. Or fill out the form below:



How much does it cost?
Each semester-long course costs $350, not including books. Books cost approximately $30 per course. Special discounts on select titles are offered to enrolled students. Group and family rates are available upon request. 

What is my commitment?
Each course consists of weekly, 1-hour long video conferences and weekly readings averaging 30-50 pages.

What kind of equipment will I need?
You’ll need a computer with a microphone and a web camera. In addition, you’ll need a stable internet connection capable of handling video conferencing. If you’ve ever successfully called someone over Skype, Facetime or similar then you have what you need.

How big are the classes?
Sections are limited to 10 students. This ensures maximum access to your teacher and fellow students.

When are the application deadlines?
The application deadline for the Fall semester is August 25th and for the Spring it’s January 5th.


Upcoming Classes

Each course costs $350 per person. Students must be 19 or older. Group and family rates are available upon request.

Spring 2019 January – May

  • Worldview 101
    Monday nights at 8 pm EST / 5 pm PST.
  • Worldview 201
    Tuesday nights at 8 pm EST / 5 pm PST.

Fall 2019 August – December

  • Worldview 101
    Times TBA
  • Worldview 201
    Times TBA


Course Descriptions


Worldview 101: Forming A Complete Christian Worldview

Prerequisites: none.

Course Description: This course introduces the concept of worldview and explores the uniqueness of a biblical worldview in contrast with all other worldviews. Next, it teaches advanced critical thinking and discussion skills and prepares students to be Christlike, servant leaders.  Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the essential elements of a biblical worldview and practice critical thinking and leadership skills.

Syllabus in brief:

  1. Biblical worldview distinctives and critical concepts
    1. The Deadliest Monster by Jeff Baldwin
    2. Rethinking Worldview by J.Mark Bertrand
  2. Evangelism and apologetics skills
    1. Tactics by Greg Kokul
  3. Servant Leadership: practical teaching for boldly leading with truth and grace.
    1. The Greatest Among You: A Student’s Guide to Servant Leadership by Randy Sims


Worldview 201: Theological Engagement with Contemporary Culture

Prerequisites: Worldview 101

Course description: This course picks up where Worldview 101 left off by first exploring the core components of Christian Orthodoxy and then moves to consider how these theological considerations shape the way Christians view the modern world. Finally, the course will tackle current skepticism, especially in light of “New Atheism,” and make a compelling case for Theism and Christianity. Students will grow in knowledge and understanding of theological and philosophical history and will practice high-level critical thinking.

Syllabus in brief:

  1. Christian theology and life
    1. Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
  2. Christianity in modernity
    1. Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton
  3. The case for Christianity today
    1. Making Sense of God by Timothy Keller


How to be a Dinosaur: The Fiction of C.S. Lewis and the Christian Worldview

Prerequisites: None

We are living in a new kind of dark ages. One so removed and separated from the past that we do not even know that we are lost and adrift from our Christian heritage. Through the fiction of Lewis you will reconnect with the pre-modern biblical worldview and be refreshed by its truth. As C.S. Lewis said, “We all, therefore, need the books that will correct the characteristic mistakes of our own period.”

Syllabus in brief:

  1. The Magician’s Nephew
  2. Perelandra
  3. The Great Divorce
  4. Selected essays and excerpts