The Bible itself is utilized to ground the doctrines discussed.
(1 credit) 11This class is a comprehensive study of the 5 major world religions.
The study of literature encompasses various genres as students improve their reading rate and comprehension and develop the skills to determine authors' intent and theme and to recognize the techniques employed by the author to achieve the goal.
(1 credit) 10The immense physical and psychological devastation of the Civil War and Reconstruction ushered in a period of radical transformation in American life. (1 credit) 11 Through the voices of a diverse group of authors, thinkers, and prominent political and cultural figures, British Literature surveys the history of the English language from the Old English period through the contemporary writers of today.
Topics include colonization, cultural identity, alienation, gender roles, family life, and social class.
In further examining world literature, students will analyze select works of major writers, relate the literary works and their authors to one another and to their common heritage, discuss how literature has influenced the ideas and images that people hold about class, race, and gender, and apply the conventions of standard written English to the creation of expository discourse that is clear, coherent, sufficiently developed, and stylistically sound through analysis and reflection papers and a final thesis paper.
(1 credit) 12This course covers issues surrounding the defense of the Christian faith.
This course does not only cover issues of basic Christian doctrine but also how to defend such doctrines against non-Christian worldviews.
It includes concepts for working with rational numbers, various expressions, analyzing and solving linear equations & inequalities, data analysis, probability, statistics, and polynomials.
(1 credit) 10This course includes the study of the properties and applications of common geometric figures in two and three dimensions.