Pikes Peak Christian School

Christ-Centered Excellence

Pikes Peak

Bible Courses

 

BIBLE 9: OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY
This course will give the student an overview of the plan of God for man through a study of the Old Testament history.  A study of God’s plan for mankind in preparing the world for his Son is the main theme of this course.  The lessons will use the major events and people of the Old Testament to provide the student with an understanding of God’s plan for mankind’s salvation. Learning styles will include writing, reading, lectures, cooperative group activities, discussion, guest speakers,  multi-media, and field trips. 
Prerequisite:  High school enrollment
Grade: 9     Length: 1 year      Credit: ½

 

BIBLE 10:  NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY
This course will give the student an overview of each book in the New Testament. A study of God’s plan of salvation for man through his Son and the spread of the gospel through the Church is the main theme of this course.  The lessons will use the basic themes and elements of each New Testament book as well as the events and people to understand God’s plan for mankind. Learning styles will include writing, reading, lectures, cooperative group activities, discussion, guest speakers, multi-media, and field trips. 
Prerequisite:  High school enrollment
Grade: 10      Length: 1 year      Credit:  ½

  

BIBLE 11/12: BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW
This course compares the tenets of the Christian worldview to the tenets of the leading Western worldviews of our day: Islam, secular humanism, Marxism, New Age, and postmodernism. Some of the issues included are apologetics, bioethics, cults, art and culture, critical thinking, environmentalism, leadership, religious pluralism and scriptural reliability. Students will understand that everyone has a “worldview”, a way of interpreting everything that happens in the world. They will be guided through the complex ideas confronting them from a biblical Christian perspective using reading and writing assignments, video segments, and class discussions using the Understanding the Times curriculum. 
Prerequisite:  High school enrollment
Grade:  11 and 12        Length:  2 years     Credit:  ½ per year 

 

 

Course Notes:

(1) Courses using college level curriculum are annotated with an “*”

(2) Courses offered with an honors option on a weighted 5.0 scale are annotated with an “(H)”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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