|Northwest Christian High School, Bible 10,
Inductive Bible Study
School year 2017-2018
Instructor: Don Camp
Syllabus Class Schedule Mr. Camp's "This I Believe" Page
Read he Bible in Chinese, Vietnamese or Korean at Biblegateway.com
In the final quarter we will continue to answer the questions that are typically proposed by skeptics of the Bible.
We will also complete the study of Matthew.
"Rational Faith" a slide show that covers the ideas in this part of our study RATIONAL FAITH
Messiah, the book we are using in our study of Matthew LINK You will need to use this book in review for the Quarter 3 Test,Mar. 21.
The book Know Why You Believe LINK
Chapter 9 "Do Science and Scripture Agree?"
The Passion to the Resurrection,
parallel passages from the four Gospels
with commentary Passion
Matthew 21 Inductive Study 2 LINK
Matthew 21 Inductive Study LINK
Matthew 21 Study Guide LINK
Heaven and Hell LINK
Matthew 20 Study Guide LINK
Download the page LINK
Complete Inductive Bible Study 2 worksheet.
Due Friday, April 27.
Classwork: Complete the study guide for Matthew 21.
Classwork: Complete the study Guide for Matthew 20.
Do some thinking about people you know who are good leaders.
1. Write a paper of 1/2 to 1 pages typewritten double spaced about the person and why you consider him or her a good leader.
2. Read Matthew chapter 20 and list the qualities Jesus considers important in a leader. Include the list in your paper.
3. React to these ideas and explain what is good about Jesus' "leader" and what you don't thin k would work today. Write about 1/2 page.
Due Thursday, April 12.
Read the rest of chapter 9 from the book Know Why You Believe. Answer questions 4-6 on the sheet of questions. Due March 28. If you do not have the list of questions, you can both read the chapter and find the questions by following this LINK
The questions are found at the end of the book, p. 223.
WORDS AND TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW LINK to Glossary
Young Earth Creation Old Earth Creation
Naturalism Theism Rational Faith
Jesus Myth Old Testament history myth metanarrative
God of the Gaps