Each student attends a Bible class daily. God’s Word is essential for training students to have a biblical worldview.
Our desire is that when students leave Liberty, they will always look to His guidance on how to live. Liberty has incredible Bible teachers that love God’s Word and love sharing their lives with students.
Upper School Bible Curriculum
9th Grade/Christology: Built on the PositiveAction Bible Curriculum series, the Life of Christ course focuses on the cornerstone of Christianity—Jesus Christ. It is designed to engender a deeper understanding of the Person and purpose of Christ, the redemptive plan of God for mankind through Him, and to see how the narrative unfolds in Scripture by reviewing the events surrounding Jesus’ life. The course provides an in-depth look at the character of Christ and the practical application of His teachings through a careful study of the Gospel of John.
10th Grade/Biblical Discipleship: Built on the PositiveAction Bible Curriculum series, the Discipleship: The Inner Person in Christ course focuses on the foundation of Christianity. As followers of God, we must be “strengthened with might by His Spirit in the inner man” (Ephesians 3:16). This course helps youth focus on inward development, not just outward conformity. It shows from Scripture how righteousness is the result of the Lord changing us, making our actions the result of inward purity and strong character.
11th Grade/Systematic Theology: Built on the PositiveAction Bible Curriculum series, the Behold Your God course focuses on the framework for biblical Christianity—an unfolding portrait of God’s nature (eternal, holy, triune, omniscient, omnipresent, immutable, loving, et al), His hypostatic incarnation in Jesus Christ, and His unfolding plan for humanity—to determine whether a student understands the purpose and character of God through Jesus Christ, for the ultimate purpose of being known by God (Matthew 7:21–23 and Galatians 4:9).
12th Grade/Christian Humanities Worldview and Apologetics: Applied though a number of “Dialogues” (formal writings) developed over the years by the sennior Bible instructor, as well as daily exegetical studies in a variety of New Testament writings, this course focuses on the application of biblical Christianity. Accordingly, students will study a myriad of topics—from Abortion to Zoroastrianism, politics to world religions, philosophy to homosexuality—to develop the ability to articulate and defend their beliefs. Every worldview, from cultural Christianity to Atheism, will be challenged intellectually to cast off myths and establish biblical truth. Please know that the accomplishment of these objectives often requires in-class discussions about real-world topics, guided prudently by the instructor, for the benefit of the students— to assist parents in insulating, but not isolating, students from the world.
Grades 9–12/The Basics of Christianity:Built on the Bible for English Language Learners and 30 Days to Understanding the Bible curriculum, the Basics of Christianity course focuses on the essence of biblical Christianity for international students for whom English is a second language and may have little to no knowledge of biblical Christianity. It is intended to acquaint these students with a foundational understanding of the gospel and why the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ is essential to biblical Christianity—from learning Christian vernacular to understanding the overarching theology of the Bible, leading to an embrace of Christ as Lord and Savior.
Grades 9–12/The Writings of Luke(Elective): Built on a variety of sources, the Writings of Luke course focuses on a particular theological narrative of biblical Christianity—the Gospel of Luke and Book of Acts—that offers rich historical evidence for and understanding of the biblical Jesus and His gospel. The course will enable students to more specifically and deeply explore key Christian doctrines, both exegetically and theologically, as well as the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, to apply these truths to their lives. (Acts 2:42–27)