An evaluation of world literature develops analytical skills using examples of short stories, the novella, the novel, poetry, and drama selected from a variety of periods and authors.A research paper using appropriate style, format and documentation will examine the conflict between the secular moral struggle and the Christian worldview.Program benefits include: Survey of the Bible In a world where a basic knowledge and understanding of the Bible can be difficult to attain, this course acts as a tool to help individuals gain a “big picture” perspective of God’s Word.In particular, this course will give students a glimpse as to how God has worked throughout history to initiate and carry out His plan of redemption for the human race, through His Son, Jesus Christ.The course is a one-semester course that investigates essential material related to both personal evangelism and worldwide missions.The content includes historical and biblical principles and information that describe the Christian worldview and how the Gospel message is shared.The Book of James - studies related to the author, major themes, and practical applications that can be drawn from the book.Topics to include: humility, perseverance, working faith, self-control, and heavenly versus earthly wisdom.
The writing portion of 11th grade will also include a full research module in which students will be able to go through the various stages of creating a proper, grade-level appropriate research project, culminating with a well-developed research paper.
Intercultural communications Syllabus A Woman of Worth What is a Woman of Worth? While the goal is lofty, it is attainable with God’s help.
What do you think of when you look at this question? God gives us an excellent description of a Godly woman in Proverbs 31.
It provides insight into His influence on both mankind in general and the individual in particular.
Other Religions – a look at major religious ideologies that attempt to undermine the supremacy of Christianity.