Each student must take a Bible course each academic year
Bible 9- Old Testament Survey
This course is a survey of the Old Testament beginning with the creation in Genesis, the people and events through to God’s silence in Malachi. Emphasis will be placed on learning and applying the lessons of faith demonstrated in the lives of the characters studied in Old Testament. Attention will be given to dealing with the sin in our lives, redemption and understanding the far-reaching consequences of our sin. Students are also challenged to understand the relationship between our privileges as Christians and our subsequent responsibilities.
Bible 10- New Testament Survey
This course provides a survey of the 27 books of the New Testament. This includes, but is not limited to, authorship, dates and places of writing, key N.T. figures, and key themes (ideas). The application of Biblical truth to the Christian in the 21st century is also emphasize.
Bible 11- Christian Doctrine
This course is a survey of the major doctrines of the Bible. These doctrines will be analyzed and discussed, taking great care to demonstrate that the Scriptures are the only true source of theology. Attention will be given to some of the historical debates over doctrine in the church and students will be challenged to examine how Christian doctrine impacts their worldview and life.
Bible 12- Worldview Formation
Worldview Formation prepares students to be able to defend the Christian faith in the marketplace of ideas. The concept of worldviews is introduced, and detailed instruction is given regarding arguments for the existence of God, moral absolutes, creationism, the validity of Bible, and the proof of Jesus as Messiah. Various other ethical issues and topics of interest are discussed throughout the year and viewed through the biblical worldview.