Grade 11 - Bible

Bible Doctrine (Credit: 1.00)

With the King James Version as a primary resource, this online Bible course examines how biblical doctrine applies to everyday life, especially as it pertains to the questions and challenges faced by teenagers today. Through interactive lessons, they explore the rich heritage of Christianity as they study the Roman Empire, the nation of Israel, the incarnation of Jesus, and the Abrahamic Covenant. Students are encouraged to strengthen their faith through discussions about the integrity of the Bible, spiritual maturity, and principles for Christian living. As a part of a complete learning management system, Ignitia Bible Doctrine is a self-directed course infused with technology-based lessons, tools, and exercises to enrich learning for students and streamline instruction and administrative tasks for teachers. Like all Ignitia courses, Bible verses and biblical references support the development of a Christian worldview and encourage practical Christian living.

By exploring the rich past of the early Christians and the challenges faced by the early church, high school students discover the relevancy of faith in today's world and are encouraged to consider the many questions they will be faced with as they enter adulthood. Lessons not only include biblical studies on the Roman Empire, Israel, Jesus, and other key figures from the Bible, but also teach about friendship, dating, marriage, apologetics, and the revelation. The course units include text-based lessons, on and off-computer exercises, special projects, learning games, quizzes. and tests that appeal to today's digital generation and help teachers to evaluate progress and mastery of the materials. Ignitia Bible Doctrine enriches the educational experience for Christian school students and sparks a passion for learning.

Throughout the course, students will explore the following topics:
  • The Faithfulness of God
  • Romans Part I
  • Romans Part II
  • The Doctrine of Jesus Christ
  • The Nation of Israel
  • The History of the Canon
  • Friendship, Dating, and Marriage
  • Sin and Redemption
  • Apologetics