This K-12 online methods course is designed for Christian School educators, Sunday School Teachers and those interested in exploring the various sources concerning the Old Testament Tabernacle. The Old Testament Tabernacle was an icon of sorts for the children of Israel. This was a place that God met with them. They brought their sacrifices to the Tabernacle for their sins. There were all kinds of sacrifices that could be offered, depending on the wealth of the family presenting the sacrifice. The Tabernacle is also referred to in the New Testament a number of times. The Tabernacle is referred to in fifty chapters of the Bible. Students are required to complete and evaluate a series of lectures to help them communicate the value of the Tabernacle in the eyes of God for themselves and for their classroom students. All of these activities can be completed in your classroom. Resources are made available for students to apply to activities for use in the classroom. Students will develop a deep understanding of the history, structure and real-world applications of the subject.
- Teacher: Marvin Harms
This K-12 online methods course is designed for Christian school educators, Sunday School teachers, and those interested in exploring the various sources concerning The Sermon on the Mount. All course activities may be completed in your classroom or work setting. This course is in alignment with the Common Core Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies, which are included in lesson plans and assignments. Students will develop a deep understanding of the history, struction, and real-world applications of the subject matter.
This course provides an introduction to the Bible from Genesis through Revelation. The course analyzes the overall themes and storyline of the Bible as divided into 12 major sections. The first seven modules summarize the Bible by section with brief explanations of their history and culture. A final module introduces students to basic Bible study skills. Students will learn not only the overall content of the Bible but will be prepared through a series of assignments to effectively teach a unit of study in the Bible. Aligned with Common Core Standards for History / Social Studies.
- Teacher: Michael Bogart
course offers a survey of the main approaches used to explain and defend the
Christian faith. Evidences supporting
the veracity of Christian claims will be examined from science, history,
archaeology and philosophy. Along with
traditional apologetic approaches, approaches adapted to issues expressed in
the 21st Century will be examined.
Students will be prepared through a series of assignments to effectively
address issues people commonly ask, or to teach a unit of study on the
subject. Aligned with Common Core
Standards for History / Social Studies.
Students will need to purchase the required textbook.
- Teacher: Michael Bogart
This 6-12 online methods course is designed for Christian school educators, pastors, Bible and Sunday school teachers, and those interested in exploring the various teachings concerning the Apostle Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. Paul’s purpose in writing to the Romans was to proclaim the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ through practical, doctrinal teaching in order to edify and encourage believers. Regarded as Paul’s magisterial presentation of the Gospel, this expository study emphasizes its contribution to key theological doctrines and applications. Students will develop a deep understanding of this epistle both for personal enrichment and to instill confidence to teach it.
- Teacher: Clayton Diltz