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Old Testament Foundations: An in-depth journey over the story of God’s people and purpose from Genesis to Malachi to show students to see the "bigger picture" of God's purposes in time and how our personal lives intersect with it.  The Bible is one story that begins with creation and ends with the return of Christ. To understand our history is to know the heart of God. This is done in contrast to a postmodern society that doesn't believe we connect our purpose and meaning to any meta-narrative (overarching) story that comes from God where man and time are going in a direction intentionally. Grade 9 (Credits 5)

New Testament Survey: This survey course picks up where Old Testament ends. From Mathew to Revelation the continuing plan of God’s love and redemption is studied through an intensive study of each book of the New Testament. Students not only learn the message of creation, fall, redemption, but also learn of the restoration God promises. Grade 10 (Credits 5)

Bible Doctrines: Students are introduced to the tenets of Christian Doctrine. Using Christian Beliefs: Twenty Basics Every Christian Should Know – by Wayne Grudem and Discovering God in Stories from the Bible – by Philip Graham Ryken students get a comprehensive understanding of all major aspects of the faith. Grade 11. (Credits 5)

Understanding the Times/Senior Worldview Studies: In this class the student studies Christianity, Islam, Secular Humanism, Marxism, Cosmic Humanism, and Postmodernism and how each of them interacts with: Philosophy, Theology, Ethic, Politics, Sociology, Biology, Sociology, Psychology, Economics, and History.  The social issues covered involve: law, euthanasia, abortion, homosexuality, feminism, creationism vs. evolution, environmentalism, etc. Students learn how to apply and share their faith to a world that desperately needs the Gospel. Grades 12 (Credits 5)