|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 the Bible in Chinese, Vietnamese or Korean at Biblegateway.com
REVIEW Quarter 1: The Big Story, Authenticity, Reliability, Prophecy. A slide program that highlights the things you should know.
The Visual Gospel of Matthew is the film we will be watching during our inductive study of the Gospel.
We will be using Messiah: The Story of Jesus According to Matthew in the class. You may get a Kindle version or a soft cover book on Amazon. Matthew.
Read the book here Messiah
Read chapter 7 from the book Messiah. It was handed out Monday. Complete the reading guide. Due Monday, Nov. 27.
Read chapter 6 from the book Messiah. It was handed out Thursday. Complete the reading guide. Due Monday, Nov. 20
Read Chapter 5 out of Messiah. The book is available here Messiah
Quiz on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Complete the inductive study sheet for Matthew 5. Due on Wednesday, Nov. 15
WORDS AND TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Manuscript refers to the particular piece of writing, a hand written document.
Text refers to the content of the document. It is what the document says.
Vernacular means the language of the common man.
Reliability is the question of whether the Bible provides us with true information.
Authenticity is the question of whether the Bible we have is the real Bible as it was written.
Inspiration describes how the Bible was written.
The Bible was written by dozens of different people who were moved by God to write and who were led by God what to write.
Induction is a way of reasoning based on evidence.
Looking at the facts or evidence and coming to a conclusion about them.
Genre is the type of writing - for example, story, poem, proverb, etc.
Context is the verses around the passage you are studying.