Dual Credit Biblical Literature – 3rd Period Wednesday Spring Only (11th-12th)

$50.00

Course Description: SPRING ONLY – This course surveys the content and theological
message of biblical story. Special emphasis is placed on considering the biblical story of
redemption as a unified and coherent narrative of God’s ongoing work within his kingdom.
Understanding the Bible within historical, cultural, and literary settings is highlighted. Throughout
the course the students will begin to develop skills in interpreting the Bible with care and wisdom
as well as move toward finding and articulating their place within God’s story of redemption.

*THIS CLASS HAS A MONDAY ZOOM MEETING – 10:30am – 12pm

Class Times: Monday zoom meeting (10:30am – 12pm), Wednesdays 3rd period (11:50-1:15)
Teacher: Robin Owens
Curriculum:
The Drama of Scripture, Craig Bartholomew & Michael Goheen, 2nd edition
https://www.amazon.com/Drama-Scripture-Finding-Place-Biblical/dp/0281073473/ref=sr_1_2?cr
id=2TKY1P1G4AKTI&keywords=The+Drama+of+Scripture+2nd+edition&qid=1646181025&spre
fix=the+drama+of+scripture+2nd+edition%2Caps%2C120&sr=8-2
Expectations: This a Dual Credit course with about 1 hour/4 days a week commitment at
home.
Outside Projects: There is one paper and a video project with 5 illuminated manuscripts.
Weekly homework includes a weekly devotional and weekly responses to prompts which involve
knowledge of the text and the utilization of outside sources.
Prerequisites: None
Grade Level: 10th – 12th (Dual Credit)
Arrow Host Fee: $50 (paid at registration)
$270 Course Fee for college credit paid directly to LeTourneau-more information to come
Max Students: 15

 

 

 

Spring 2023

Course Description: This course surveys the content and theological message of the biblical story. Special emphasis is placed on considering the biblical story of redemption as a unified and coherent narrative of God’s ongoing work within his kingdom. Understanding the Bible within historical, cultural, and literary settings is highlighted. Throughout the course, the students will begin to develop skills in interpreting the Bible with care and wisdom as well as move toward finding and articulating their place within God’s story of redemption.

This class has a 90 minute Monday Zoom meeting from 10:30am-12pm in addition to the in-person Wednesday class.

Teacher: Robin Owens

Curriculum: Please wait to purchase any curriculum for this course. The Drama of Scripture: Finding Our Place in the Biblical Story, 2nd Edition, by Craig Bartholomew and Michael Goheen

https://www.christianbook.com/the-drama-of-scripture-second-edition/craig-bartholomew/9780801049569/pd/049569?product_redirect=1&search_term=drama%20of%20scripture&Ntt=049569&item_code=&ps_exit=PRODUCT&Ntk=keywords&event=ESRCP

Expectations: 4 hours per week

Prerequisites: Students are expected to be able to read a college-level text and to communicate with the instructor about class concerns without the parent.

Grade Levels: 11th-12th

*Course Fee will be paid directly to LeTourneau-more information on registering will follow
$50 deposit Fee to Arrow covers the cost of administrative fees and building use for hosting the course on campus.

THIS IS A SPRING SEMESTER ONLY COURSE IF YOU INTEND TO BE ON CAMPUS DURING THIS PERIOD FOR THE FALL SEMESTER, PLEASE ADD PSYCHOLOGY OR STUDY HALL

Max Students: 15

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