Developing a Biblical Theology Course at Rock Springs Christian Academy in Milner, Georgia
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High school students at Rock Springs Christian Academy were taught aChristocentric biblical theology, with the aims of increasing biblical literacy and best hermeneutical practices. Chapter 1 presents the purpose, goals, context, rationale, definitions, research methodology, and limitations of the project. Chapter 2 discusses the biblical warrant for interpreting Scripture Christo-centrically from Luke 24. Chapter 3 discusses the Christ centered interpretive perspective passed on to the disciples by Jesus through a brief survey of key selections in the book of Acts before turning to critique of contemporary practices of biblical theology. To close, the chapter offers a suggestion of how to merge several practices for a more robust Christ-centered hermeneutic. Chapter 4 outlines the developed curriculum used in the project. Chapter 5 provides an evaluation of the project. This project argues that best hermeneutical practice employs a Christ- centered biblical theology.