Course Length: 2 semesters
Course Credit: 1
Program: Homeschool Advantage, NFC Academy Teachers
NCAA Approved. Not a Core Course.
High School Grade: 9-12
Accredited: Cognia-SACS/CASI, Middle States, FACCS
This online Bible course examines how biblical doctrine applies to everyday life, especially as it pertains to the questions and challenges faced by teenagers today. Through interactive lessons, they explore the rich heritage of Christianity as they study the Roman Empire, the nation of Israel, the incarnation of Jesus, and the Abrahamic Covenant. Students are encouraged to strengthen their faith through discussions about the integrity of the Bible, spiritual maturity, and principles for Christian living. Exploring the rich past of the early Christians and the challenges faced by the early church, high school students discover the relevancy of faith in today's world and are encouraged to consider the many questions they will be faced with as they enter adulthood. Lessons not only include biblical studies on the Roman Empire, Israel, Jesus, and other key figures from the Bible, but also teach about friendship, dating, marriage, apologetics, and the revelation.
Bible Doctrine provides a developmental and in-depth academic study of the teachings of the Old and New Testaments, focusing on important topics including the faithfulness of God; the doctrine of Christ; the nation of Israel; the history and integrity of the Bible; the pursuit of happiness; and friendship, dating, and marriage. There is also a special emphasis on the book of Romans. These areas target four content strands: theology, the attributes of God, Christian growth, and Christian evidences.
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