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BIBLE

CLASSES

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Two Semesters
Prerequisite: None
Teacher: Joshua Keefe

In preparing students for life after high school, there is no better place to begin than with the foundations of the Christian faith: the Old Testament and Jesus. In the first semester, the students will conduct a survey of the Old Testament to gain a foundational understanding of the Old Covenant and how God orchestrated His plan for salvation that would come through Jesus. The students will begin to develop an understanding of how God revealed Himself to Israel and will become familiar with the historical events that would lead to Messiah coming. In the second semester, the students will closely examine the life of Christ using John’s gospel account. Through seeing Christ as He really is, and contemplating what He has done on their behalf, students will be challenged to trust Him fully. (John 20:30-31)

Two Semesters
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of 9th grade Bible
Teacher: Doug Adams

In this course, students will explore the major doctrines of the faith in order to reinforce the student’s personal beliefs and encourage them to be contenders for our faith. Students will study critical issues of the day in an effort to help them better understand themselves and their problems in light of God’s Word.

Two Semesters
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of 9th & 10th grade Bible
Teacher: Kevin Ritcher

In the first semester, students will examine the art and science of biblical interpretation and learn to study the Bible in its ancient contexts. In the second semester, students will survey the last 2000 years of historical Christianity by studying the book of Acts and by tracing the Christian movement through its formation and worldwide expansion.

Two Semesters
Prerequisite: Senior Status
Teacher: Craig Lee

This course is based in part on the textbook, Understanding the Times, by David Noebel. It surveys the different worldviews in our society today and how they compare to a biblical worldview. For the first three quarters students compare how different worldviews deal with theology, psychology, philosophy, ethics, biology and sociology. In addition to the text, students will watch a variety of videos from experts in the various disciplines. The students will be required to take two field trips to public locations where they will interview strangers about their worldviews and determine what each person’s primary worldview is. During the fourth quarter the students will be expected to analyze several full-length motion pictures using the criteria developed by Grant Horner in his book, “Meaning at the Movies.” The objective is to identify how film affects viewers and to increase students’ ability to be discerning. 

Two Semesters
Prerequisite: Senior Status
Space is limited

Teacher: Doug Adams

Stepping Up is a Bible elective for Senior boys designed to equip them to act like men (1 Cor. 16:13-14) in pursuing righteousness and fleeing youthful lust (1 Tim. 6:11; 2 Tim. 2:22) in order to be sober-minded, dignified, self-controlled, sound in faith, in love, and in steadfastness (Titus 2:2). This will be accomplished through participation in a weekly bible study, accountability groups, watching various videos, reading selected books, and participating in service projects throughout the year.

Two Semesters
Prerequisite: Senior Status
Space is limited

Teacher: Ann Nelson

In Walking Worthy, we study who we are in Christ and who we are as members of the Body of Christ. We study the Gospel of Luke and the stories of women of the Bible, through discussion, journaling, and meditating on Scripture. As we study Scripture and the lives of faithful women from the last 2,000 years, we will consider our own giftings and how God may be calling us to serve Him in the future.