Scope and Sequence of Secondary Bible

Bible 6

Bible 6

An introduction to the concept of worldview that encourages students to think about the way they think (metacognition)

Introduces students to the parts of a worldview: the big story of the world; the beliefs and values that come out of that big story; and the resulting actions of both individuals and cultures.

Uses the Bible to answer the worldview questions: Where did I come from? Why am I here? What’s wrong with the world? What can make it right? Where am I headed?

Encourages students to evaluate non-biblical worldviews in light of the Scriptures

Helps students understand their identity in God’s big story—created in the image of God, fallen in Adam, and redeemable in Christ

Encourages students to obey the Creation Mandate and the Great Commandments to love God and their neighbor

Encourages student to strengthen society through their relationships with their families, friends, and communities

Equips students to deal with other worldviews and religions with answers from the biblical worldview

The Story of the Old Testament

The Story of the Old Testament

Takes students on a journey through the story of the Old Testament, including both the Major and Minor Prophets

Special studies: the narrative sections of the Old Testament are complemented by features that cover the “writings” sections of the Old Testament

Points students to Jesus Christ, who will fulfill all of the promises of redemptive history prophesied in the Old Testament

Focuses on the Bible study skill of observation

The Life of Christ

The Life of Christ

A study of the words and works of Christ in the Gospels (particularly the book of Matthew) as they relate to the Messianic fulfillment of the one true big story of God’s redemptive plan and the coming of the kingdom

Focuses on the Bible study skill of interpretation and the applicational emphasis of Christlikeness or sanctification

The Triumph of Christ

The Triumph of Christ

A study of the one big story of Scripture (Creation, Fall, Redemption) from Acts to Revelation and the instruction for the church on how to live out the beliefs and values that are derived from that one true big story

Focuses on the Bible study skill of application and reinforces the proper model of sanctification for maintaining a holy walk

Bible Doctrines

Bible Doctrines

Guides students as they understand and apply the major biblical doctrines, equipping them to know what they believe and why they believe it

Helps students develop skills in harmonizing all that the Bible teaches on various topics by participating in collaborative research, analyzing various texts and sources, and contributing to group discussions

Includes case studies and doctrinal dilemmas to help students develop 21st century skills as they respond to relevant challenges to upholding and applying truth to life

Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption

Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption

A positive presentation of the biblical worldview (the big story, beliefs and values, cultural action) with a critical examination of secularism

Analyzes and evaluates approaches to cultural action so that Christians will live faithfully in light of redemption as both salt and light in every area of life

Ethics and World Religion

In development

Prepares students to challenge unbiblical worldviews and navigate ethical dilemmas.

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