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New Testament

$525.00/Semester
New Testament
Schedule:
Section A:
01/09/2023 - 05/12/2023
Spring Semester
1.0 credits in Humanities
Grades 10-12

Taught by:

About the course

This course introduces and acquaints the student with the New Testament in general. The New Testament is a literary product of particular times and conditions, which will be studied, and will hopefully lead to a better understanding of applying its words for today. Topics to be explored include: the life and ministry of Jesus, the backgrounds of the Gospels, the birth and times of the Early Church, the ministries of John the Baptist, Peter and Paul, the writings of Paul, the genre and background of the general epistles and Revelation.

This course is part of a dual enrollment program with Colorado Christian University and is worth 3 college credits. Students taking this course will potentially follow a modified academic calendar, and will also need to register with CCU (When registering, identify the courses being taught by Imago Dei Academy, and select those)

Students willing to accommodate a more rigorous academic schedule can receive a considerable discount on package courses. Schedule a free consultation with Kepler’s Academic Advisor for more details.

Course Objectives:

The New Testament is designed to:

  1. Define the literary and historical backgrounds of every New Testament book;
  2. Describe the socio-economic and political background of the world of the New Testament;
  3. Identify and distinguish the predominant figures in the life of the Early Church;
  4. Label the geography of the original readers and writers; and
  5. Provide and employ the basic tools necessary for clearer interpretation.

Texts:

  • Modern Translation Study Bible: (get approval before purchase)
  • Dust to Glory Study Guide: https://www.ligonier.org/store/dust-to-glory-new-testament

About the teacher

Dr. Aaron Hebbard Aaron Hebbard has been involved in Christian education since 1993. He founded Imago Dei College as a dual enrollment and gap year program, and he has also planted two churches. He and his wife have six children and five grandchildren.