Are some teachings in the Bible more advanced than others? If biblical teaching was laid out as college courses, would there be 100-level courses and 200-level courses? Does the Bible offer any type of scope and sequence for its teachings? A High Priest after the Order of Melchizedek I’ve found answers to those questions from […]
The Bible is a big book—about one-thousand pages long. In those pages many topics are addressed: God, creation, sin, salvation, warfare, and love to name a few. Because of its size and scope, the Bible poses a challenge to those who believe it. And that challenge is learning how to balance various biblical truths. Like […]
At the start of one school year I asked my students how they felt about previous Bible courses. A few of their responses sounded off a warning alarm in my head. And the alarm came with this message: Bible class can turn students off to the Bible. Undoubtedly, there are a few causes for this […]
In my experience with the homeschool world I’ve noticed a few things. Many homeschool families are Christian and they want their children to learn from a Christian perspective. While Bible courses seem to be emphasized at the elementary level, emphasis on the Bible at the secondary level seems to be lacking. If anything fills the […]
Three important reminders in the Bible and why we should review.