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The Life of Christ

The Life of Christ continues to follow the unified story of the Bible established in The Story of the Old Testament, with a special focus on the life of Christ. The Gospels present the life of Christ as the fulfillment of God’s redemptive plan as promised in the Old Testament. Jesus has all of the characteristics of the Messiah and fulfills the Messiah’s mission to advance the kingdom of God. This course will prepare students to live with Christlikeness in our world today, teaching them crucial Bible study skills for interpretation and application.

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    How We Teach Bible 8

    Starting with worldview foundations

    Beginning where The Story of the Old Testament ends, The Life of Christ takes the next step in constructing a biblical worldview. Through this course students are developing their worldview foundations throughout high school.

    Treating Bible class seriously

    This course handles the Bible as a subject with all the seriousness that the Bible deserves. The contents covered are academically rigorous yet remain on an age and developmentally appropriate level. Students are challenged to make personal application to their own walk with Christ.

    Through inductive Bible study

    This course uses inductive Bible study methods to teach students how to study the Bible. Students will naturally progress through levels of observation, interpretation, and application. Students will learn to avoid allegorical and moralistic approaches to Bible study.

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    Bible 8 Educational Materials

    Student Edition

    In the student edition, students will explore the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies and promises as demonstrated in the life of Christ. They will continue to build their biblical worldview and their understanding of the big story of scripture. The student edition functions as a brief commentary on an age-appropriate level in order to help students use their skills of observation and interpretation in the student activities.

    Teacher Edition

    The teacher edition provides teachers with multiple teaching strategies to engage students. It is packed with rich content clearly aligned with scaffolded objectives, focusing on interpretation while also indicating appropriate applications.

    Activities

    As an integral part of the course, students will use the student activities to build basic observation skills and interpretation skills as they complete their Scripture reading assignments. The student activities introduce students to a simple Bible study method: observe, interpret, and apply. Students will see what the text says, learn how to determine what it means, and then apply that meaning to their lives. A prayer journal guides them to pray scripturally and specifically.