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Bible 6

Course Overview

Bible 6 is a study of 12 Christian doctrines. A doctrine is a set of beliefs and practices common to a group of people. Even though there are some differences in how various churches do things, or differences in what they believe it means to be a follower of Jesus, there are several common beliefs that nearly all Christians worldwide have agreed upon through the years. This course will look at the following Christian doctrines: Bible, God, Jesus, Holy Spirit, Sin, Salvation, Church, Future Things, Angels and Demons, Satan/Hell, Prayer, Communion and Baptism.

Learning Outcomes covered:

  • Be engaged in a scripture memorization program with specific goals
  • Correlate the Fall of Man, as described in Genesis, to Christ's redemption
  • Describe how one or more biblical character learned to trust God when faced with disappoint and/or adversity
  • Identify and describe the differences between the fruit of the Spirit and the works of the flesh
  • Communicate with God through prayer
  • Demonstrate an understanding of what it means to be obedient to God
  • Demonstrate an understanding what it means to acknowledge personal sin, seek forgiveness, and acceptance of God's mercy
  • Participate in a faith community that will have some application of Bible study such as weekly Church Service, Youth Group, Bible Study, or Chapel
  • Participate in an ongoing devotional approach to reading the scriptures
  • Communicate the message of Christ's redemption to family, friends, or community
  • Demonstrate an understanding of God's love for others and how one serves in a response to His love through service to their family, church, community, or missions
  • Demonstrate an understanding of how one serves God through obedience

Assessment:

Individual weekly assignments - 50% of the course mark
3 comprehensive quizzes - 20% of the course mark
Doctrinal Book Project – 15% of the course mark
Memorization Project – 15% of the course mark

Details

Time Commitment:

Each doctrine will be studied over a period of 2 weeks.  There will be 3 comprehensive quizzes through the course.  In the 2 week study students will hear an audio message from the writer of the course, memorize a portion of Scripture, read and respond to a lesson, watch and respond to a relevant video clip, do an activity, work on a major course project and participate in their own personal devotional time.  The course is designed to take approximately 15 minutes/day, 5 days a week.  

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