Scope and Sequence of Elementary Bible

Bible Truths 1

Bible Content

Chronological and thematic study of the Old and New Testaments; Bible characters include Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Peter, and Paul; themes include God’s keeping His promises, God’s guidance, God’s care, God’s giving of strength, the Bible, and prayer; lessons for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter

Bible Study Skills

Using the contents page of a Bible to locate a verse

Character Emphasis

Character traits used in application stories show students their need of Christ as Savior and ways to apply biblical principles to personal life situations.

Bible Truths for Christian Growth

75 of the complete set of 164 questions correlated with 10 biblical themes

Memory Verses

36 verses or passages

Hymns

10 songs, each correlated with a unit theme

Bible Truths 2

Bible Content

Integrates doctrine into a chronological and thematic study of the Old and New Testaments; Bible characters include Noah, Abraham, Gideon, Samson, Nehemiah, Ruth, Esther, Daniel, Dorcas, Paul, and Jesus; themes include God as King, obedience, humility, serving, forgiveness, giving, thankfulness, surrender, stewardship, courage, faith, faithfulness, zeal, priorities, loyalty, joy, and evangelism

Bible Study Skills

Understanding parts of a verse; interpreting meaning; using a Bible glossary; using the contents page of a Bible

Character Emphasis

Character traits used in application stories show students their need of Christ as Savior and demonstrate ways to apply biblical principles to personal-life situations.

Christian Living Application

Discussion questions are used throughout to clarify understanding and aid in thoughtful application of biblical virtues; the test highlights heroes of the faith.

Bible Truths for Christian Growth

89 of the complete set of 164 questions and answers correlated with appropriate biblical themes

Memory Verses

36 verses or passages

Hymns

10 songs correlated with a unit theme; 20 more to choose from

Bible Truths 3

Bible Content

Integrates doctrine through a chronological and thematic study of the Bible emphasizing application; Bible characters include Cain, Abel, Seth, Job, Lot’s wife, Korah, Elijah, Jesus, the apostles, Peter, Philip, and Paul and his coworkers; themes include sin and salvation, purity, life of Christ, willingness, friendships, obeying authorities, cooperation, dedication, and thankfulness; lessons for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.

Bible Study Skills

Using cross-references; using the Bible’s contents page and glossary, interpreting meanings, sequencing events, reading maps

Character Emphasis

Discussion questions throughout and application stories show students their need of Christ as Savior and ways to apply biblical principles and commands to life situations.

Bible Truths for Christian Growth

164 questions/answers presented in 10 biblical themes aid understanding and facilitate discipleship

Memory Verses

36 verses or passages; emphasis on application

Bible 4

Bible Content

A chronological study of the Old Testament; emphasizes understanding the Bible as one story with three progressive parts: Creation, Fall, and Redemption; tracks the progression of the Abrahamic, Mosaic, Davidic, and New Covenants, anticipates the fulfillment through the life of Christ; introduces Christ as the perfect Prophet, Priest, and King

Bible Study Skills

Promotes personal interaction with the Bible; emphasizes skill in reading Scripture and letting the Bible answer important questions; makes the Bible a personal companion for growing in Christ through observing, interpreting, and applying Scripture

Bible Truths

147 questions and answers that help to understand the progression of God’s revelation of Himself and major biblical events and truths for growth in Christ

Memory Verses

Accompanying memory verses for each week

Bible 5

Bible Content

A chronological study of the New Testament; emphasizes understanding the Bible as one story with the New Testament being the culmination of Creation, Fall, and Redemption; tracks the major themes of glory, kingdom, covenants, law/wisdom, atonement/priesthood, and divine presence throughout the life of Christ and the New Testament; demonstrates Christ as the culmination of the major themes of the Bible

Bible Study Skills

Promotes thoughtful interaction with the Bible text through questions and answers; encourages students to read and memorize Scripture on their own; introduces the students to Bible study tools such as outline headings, cross-references, concordances, dictionaries, digital Bibles, and Bible marking strategies; trains the students to observe the biblical themes throughout the story of Scripture

Bible Truths

147 questions and answers to help understand the progression of God’s revelation of Himself and major biblical events and truths for growth in Christ

Memory Verses

Accompanying memory verses for understanding and remembering major Bible principles from the lessons

Bible Truths 6

Bible Content

Integrates doctrine into a chronological and thematic study of the Old and New Testaments; Bible characters include Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham, Joseph, Ruth, David, Hezekiah, Jesus, Peter, and Paul; themes include God’s covenant, under the blood, God’s providence, the Incarnate Word, the book of Revelation, and the history of the Bible; lessons for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter

Bible Study Skills

Using a Bible commentary; interpreting meaning, using cross-references, abbreviations, a concordance, and a Bible dictionary

Character Emphasis

Walking with God segments cover 38 application topics for students to study what God says and then evaluate their attitudes and actions; character traits used in application stories and a novel show students their need of Christ as Savior and application of biblical principles to personal-life situations

Bible Truths for Christian Growth

164 questions correlated with 10 biblical themes

Memory Verses

36 verses or passages

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