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• Old Testament Survey (7th/8th)
OT Survey emphasizes the way that the Old Testament prepared for the coming of Christ. The five parts (which cover theocratic beginnings, establishment, development, decline, and transition) span Genesis to Malachi. The course will include exercises such as factual questions, thought questions, memory work, and map work.
• Offered in odd years
• New Testament Survey (7th/8th)
NT Survey leads the student on a historical study of the life and teachings of Christ and His apostles. The course considers the ministry of Christ throughout Palestine (covering His life on earth) and the ministry of Christ to the ends of the earth (covering the work of Christ through His apostles). Students will learn the facts and significance of each Bible passage.
• Offered in even years
• Theology (9th/10th)
This course serves as an exciting and balanced introduction to the doctrines of grace. The course is divided into: The Doctrine of God and His Creation; The Doctrine of Man in Relation to God; The Doctrine of the Person and Work of Christ; The Doctrine of the Application of the Work of Redemption; The Doctrine of the Church and the Means of Grace; and The Doctrine of the Last Things.​
• Offered in even years
• Christian Worldview (9th/10th)
Christian Worldview presents a basic survey and a critical analysis of the philosophers, the literary masters, and the cultural influencers of the last 300 years for the Christian student. In contrast with other courses, this text is filled with relevant biblical references and truths that will equip the student to address the false worldviews contained in the “great” humanist works of this era.​​
• Offered in odd years
• Apologetics (11th/12th)
The Apologetics course heeds the advice of the Apostle Peter who instructs believers that they should be "always ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you" (1 Peter 3:15). The defense of the Christian faith (apologetics) is the responsibility of every Christian. Students will complete a step-by-step explanation of key issues in Christian apologetics and explore the biblical support for the presuppositional method.
• Offered in even years
• Biblical Foundations of Law (11th/12th)
A lively analysis of the Law of God. Covering a seemingly arid territory in the Bible, the student will learn how the precepts of the Lord relate to everyone's life, how they are relevant today and always. The relevance of the law is established primarily in three areas: the description of God’s character; the way of godly dominion in the earth; the binding, personal applications that show our need of Christ. The potency and significance of God’s law-order for the health and prosperity of a people is examined and clarified.
• Offered in odd years

Elective Classes

Logic 1 (7th-12th)
Introductory Logic will instruct the student in these fundamentals: How to form and interpret statements, How to compose valid syllogisms and expose invalid ones, How to analyze arguments, How to identify informal fallacies.
• Offered as requested
• Logic 2 (8th-12th)
This course will teach the necessary skills to master propositional arguments, including: How to apply concepts of validity, contradiction, consistency, and equivalence, How to derive a conclusion using the rules of inference, How to use truth treesHow to apply these skills to real-life.
• Offered as requested
• Logic 3 (9th-12th)
This course presents a God-centered approach to the foundation of western thought.
• Offered as requested
• Rhetoric (9th-12th)
This course instructs students in the art of classical Rhetoric, providing them with tools of communication that will equip them for life. Students will learn the theory of using words well, study the greatest speeches of all time, and practice the skills of effective oratory.
• Offered as requested

Philosophy classes help the student consider and ponder weightier matters as they learn to love wisdom. Philosophy classes will have lessons posted each day, Monday through Friday.