Bible I – The course covers the history and construction of the Bible, the Genesis story and the life of Christ. The goal is to gain tools for studying scripture and to be able to apply Biblical principles to one’s daily life.
Bible II – The students will study the history of God’s people from the Exodus through the development of the New Testament Church, the history of the church from AD 70 to the 1800s and the development and growth of the Seventh-day Adventist Church from the early 1800s to the present time.
Bible III – Bible III is designed to help students understand fundamental principles of the Seventh-day Adventist Church as well as build on students’ personal relationships with Jesus Christ. There are five units of study presented throughout the year—Romans, Daniel and Revelation, beliefs, friendship, choices and challenges.
Bible IV – This course is designed to lead young people to the loving and redeeming God of Scripture.
The following will be studied during the year: the book of Hebrews, a study of world religions as viewed from a biblical perspective, biblical principles for marriage and family life, philosophy & moral issues, and the book of John.