Developing a Biblical Worldview of Human Dignity in the High School Students of Twin Tiers Christian Academy in Breesport, New York
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SubjectTwin Tiers Christian Academy (Breesport, N.Y.)
Image of God--Biblical teaching
Human body--Biblical teaching
Christian education of teenagers
The project is for the equipping of the hearts and minds of the high school students at Twin Tiers Christian Academy in Breesport, New York, with a biblical worldview in areas of human dignity of the body. Chapter 1 provides a brief history and ministry context for Twin Tiers Christian Academy while also outlining the goals and project methodology. Chapter 2 provides the biblical and theological foundation for humans as image-bearers of God who are embodied souls called to live in Christlike righteousness through the exegesis of Genesis 1:26-27, 1 Corinthians 15:35-49, and Ephesians 4:17-24. Chapter 3 gives overviews of historical comparisons between non-biblical philosophies and a biblical worldview regarding the dignity of humans. Chapter 4 describes the project itself, giving an overview of the stages of development, implementation, and evaluation. Chapter 5 evaluates the efficacy of the project based upon the project’s goals and proposes changes to improve the project. Ultimately, this project sought to equip young people with a biblical understanding of image-bearing, how that effects day-to-day ethics, and how it connects to our hope in the gospel.