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Captain Geo: Introduction to Geography from a Christian Worldview

Author(s): John Boyer, Robert F Ritchie

Edition: 5

Copyright: 2021

Pages: 835

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An Introduction to Geography from a Christian World View surveys geography from a regional and human perspective.

This text inspires students to commit themselves to searching for opportunities to serve others using their talents and spiritual gifts. It will expose the reader to a plethora of perspectives to current events both contemporary and traditional. It is argued the culture we experience is ultimately a function of physical geography and we exist at a particular moment in time for the purpose of pursuing opportunities to serve ultimately with an eternal objective in mind.

Part One
introduction to geography

1 Introduction to Physical Geograpy
2 North America: An Economic and Cultural Powerhouse
3 Middle America and Population Growth
4 South America and Urban Growth
5 North Africa and the Middle East: Changing Borders
6 Sub-Saharan Africa and Culture
7 Europe: From Industrial Revolution to Globalization
8 Russia
9 East Asia: From Peripheral to Core
10 South Asia and the Geography of Language and Religion
11 Southeast Asia
12 Central Asia
13 Australia: The Consequences of Hope from Penal Colony to Great Nation
14 Antarctica and Oceania
Part TWO
Historical geography

Prologue
15 A Spatial Survey of the Ages
Part THREE
GLOBAL WRAP UP

16 The Cover Story: Ukraine Unraveling, Resurgent Russia
17 Plaid Avenger’s Hotspots of Conflict
18 Team Play: Evolving Power Centers of the 21st Century

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John Boyer

Robert F Ritchie

Rob Ritchie served in the Active and Reserve Components of the U.S. Marine Corps, enlisted and as an officer, from 1974 until 1998. He served in the Army (VaARNG AGR) as an intelligence analyst and finished military service as a US Air Force Reserve historian, retiring in 2007 after 33 years of total service. Rob currently is an Associate Professor and Director of Military Studies (undergraduate) at Liberty University.

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