Lesson 13 – Value of a Biblical Worldview

Key Themes

-God’s Word is the foundation for our lives.

-God provides salvation from sin through Jesus Christ.

 

Key Passages

-Colossians 2;1-10; Proverbs 4:1-9; 1 Timothy 6:20-21;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify areas in the culture of the Bible is set aside as   absolute authority.

-Examine their personal views of the world to determine if   any are out of line with biblical truths.

Lesson 12 – What Is the Gospel?

Key Themes

-God reconciles sinners to Himself trough the gospel of   Christ.

-God’s plan of redemption was in place before time.

 

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:31-2:4; 3:6-7; 3:21-23; 6:5-8; 8:1; 8:15-17;

-Romans 3:19-26; 5:12; John 1:14-17; Revelations 21:1-8;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify the gospel as the central theme of the Bible.

-Relate the gospel through the Seven C’s of History   framwork.

-Explain why the good news only makes sense in the light of   the bad ones.

Lesson 11 – The Seven C's of History

Key Themes

-The Bible records actual history.

-God’s Word must be our absoulute authority.

 

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:1; 1:31; 3:6-7; 7:11-12; 7:18-21; 11:1-9;

-Mathew 1:18-23; Colossians 1:19-22; Revelations 21:1-8;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-List the Seven C’s of History in order.

-Relate the Seven C’s of History to their approximate dates   in history.

-Compare the biblical view of history to the secular view.

Lesson 10 – The Trinity

Key Themes

-The Godhead is triune:one God, three Persons – God   the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

 

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:1-3; Psalms 33:6; John 1:1-5; Isaiah 44:23-24;

-Colossians 1:15-17; Psalm 104:30; Matthew 3:13-17;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify biblical support for the Trinity.

-Distinguish between the orthodox Christian view of   the Trinity and views historically identified as heresis.

Lesson 9 – What Is God Like?

Key Themes

-God reveals His character in the Bible.

-God’s Word is always our starting point.

 

Key Passages

-Exodus 34:4-8; 1 John 4:9-11; Psalm 90:1-4

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Recognize that we must start with the Bible as our   starting point to understand what God is like.

-List al least seven attributes of God found in Scripture.

Lesson 8 – How Do I Know God Exists?

Key Themes

-God is the only eternal being.

-God’s existence makes sense of the entire universe.

 

Key Passages

-Genesis 1:1; Exodus 3:13-15; Romans 1:20-21;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Explain three reasons, from Scripture and the realm of   experience, for the existence of the biblical God.

-Recognize that God exists outside of time and that He   is the Creator of everything, including time.

-Contrast the presuppositional and evidential   approaches of confirming the existence of God.

Lesson 7 – starting with Scripture

Key Themes

-God’s Word is the standard we use to judge every   thought.

-God’s existence makes sense of the entire universe.

 

Key Passages

-1 Peter 3:14-17; 2 Corinthians 10:1-6; Acts 17;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Distinguish between evidential and presuppositional

apologetic approaches.

-Explain the “Don’t Answer-Answer” apologetic   strategy.

-Recognize that it is the Holy Spirit who brings   conviction   leading to salvation.

Lesson 6 – Don't Change God's Word

Key Themes

-The Bible is the only inspired revelation from God.

-God’s Word must be absolute authorithy.

 

Key Passages

-Deuteronomy 18:20-22; Revelation 22:18-19;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Differentiate between those who speak for God and   those who are false prophets.

-Provide examples of religions that have added or taken   away from the Bible.

Lesson 5 – God Word is Complete

Key Themes

-The New Testament is God’s Word.

-God’s written Word is complete.

 

Key Passages

-John 14:25-26; 21:24-25; Revelation 22:18-19;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe the role of the Holy Spirit in writing the New   Testament.

-Provide examples of the eyewitness nature of the New   Testament.

-Identify the approximate date of the closing of the   canon.

Lesson 4 – God Preserves His Word

Key Themes

-The Old Testament is God’s Word.

-God has preserved His Word.

 

Key Passages

-Luke 24:13-32; Jeremiah 36:1-4; 36:17-32;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe how Jesus affirms the authority of the Old   Testament.

-Identify when the Old Testament Canon was written.

-Provide an example of miraculous preservation of   God’s Word.

Lesson 3 – God’s Word Guides Us

Key Themes

-The Bible is inspired by God.

-God’s Word is the foundation for our lives.

 

Key Passages

-2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:19-21; Titus 1:2;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Recognize that God’s Word is true because He cannot   lie.

-Describe the roles of God and men in writing the Bible.

-Distinguish among the four ways God’s Word guides   us.

Lesson 2 – Studying the Bible

Key Themes

-God’s Word is the foundation for our lives.

-God has communicated to us in a way we can   understand.

 

Key Passages

-Hebrews 4:11-13; 2 Timothy 2:14-19; 3:16;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify the three parts of the inductive study method.

-Distinguish between exegis and eisegesis.

-Recognize the imporance of careful study of the Bible.

Lesson 1 – God's Word Is Our Foundation

Key Themes

-God’s Word is the foundation for our lives.

-God’s Word is the standard we use to judge every   thought.

 

Key Passages

-Psalm 19:7-11; 86:11; 119:105;

 

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Analyze their use of the Bible as the starting point for   making decisions.

-List qualities of God’s Word from the study passages.

-Indentify the ultimate source of problemes in our   society.