Igniting Young Minds

Department of Bible

Bible 5
Introduction to the Bible: Students are introduced to God’s Word and the wonders of the 66 inspired books. Old Testament stories and New Testament teachings are emphasized to students, encouraging them to actively pursue a love of the Scriptures.

Bible 6
Introduction to Bible Truths:
This course overviews Biblical truths and students will be introduced to ten distinct units that systematically unveil the truths of God’s Word from creation to end times.

Bible 7
Overview of the Bible:
This survey style course walks students through an overview of all 66 books of the Bible. It provides students with a basic understanding of God’s word and how the entire Bible points to the redemptive plan of Jesus Christ.

Bible 8
Apologetics:
This course focuses on teaching students to know what they believe, why they believe, and who they believe as it relates to God and God’s word. The first half of the year will be spent studying Ten Major Doctrines. Students will turn in a typed Doctrinal statement on what they believe. The second half of the year will be spent on witnessing and how to share what you believe.


Bible I   First Semester   ½ credit
Grade 9
  Bible I is an in-depth study of the life of Christ. The first portion of the semester will focus on Old Testament prophecies, predictions, and shadows that reflect the anticipation of the coming Messiah (i.e. Jesus Christ). The course will then focus on the life and times of Jesus as presented in the four gospels. Special attention will be paid to the historical and cultural background of 1st century Israel, as well as Christ’s life, teachings, and miracles.

Bible I   Second Semester   ½ credit
Grade 9
  The Life of Christ course will continue to focus on the historical life and times of Jesus. Further topics that will be studied include Christ’s apostles, His final weeks on earth, and the significance of Christ’s life and work as explained by the New Testament writers. Ultimately, students will better understand what it means to believe on Christ as Savior.

Bible II   First Semester   ½ Credit
Grade 10
  Romans and Hebrews: This course is an in depth study into two of the key New Testament books. The first semester is focused on Romans. The text book for this course is the Bible. Required

Bible II   Second Semester   ½ Credit
Grade 10
  Romans and Hebrews: This course is an in depth study into two of the key New Testament books. The first semester is focused on Hebrews. The text book for this course is the Bible. Required

Bible III   First Semester   ½ Credit
Grade 11
  World Views & Religions: This course will study four key world views of Secular Humanism, Marxism, Cosmic Humanism (New Age Movement), and Biblical Christianity in various disciplines such as theology, philosophy, ethics, biology, sociology, and law. The text book for this course is Understanding the Times by David Noebel. Required

Bible III   Second Semester   ½ Credit
Grade 11
  World Views & Religions: Using the worldviews study as a foundation, this course will survey 17 cults and religions. It will also go into further depth on comparing major world religions (Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism) with Christianity. The text book for this course is Understanding the Times by David Noebel. Required

Bible IV   First Semester   ½ Credit
Grade 12
  Basic Bible Doctrine: This course is a study of the basic doctrines taught in the Bible. The text for the course is Lewis Chafer’s Major Bible Themes. The students will be developing and writing a personal doctrine based on the Bible. Required

Bible IV   Second Semester   ½ Credit
Grade 12
  Basic Bible Doctrine: This course is a study of the basic doctrines taught in the Bible. The text for the course is Lewis Chafer’s Major Bible Themes. The students will be developing and writing a personal doctrine based on the Bible. Required