Religious Studies

As Christians we need to have a firm understanding of the Bible and how it informs and shapes every aspect of our lives, including the issues we face in contemporary society. Hopefully this program will deepen what will become a lifelong relationship with the Word.

One thing to keep in mind is that times will arise when we disagree about how to approach or interpret something found in Scripture. When differences occur, it is wise to consider several things. This school has a theological “default mode” – that is, it is rooted in a faith tradition that is called “Reformed”. All Christians belong to a family of faith that proclaims certain Biblical truths to be vital, foundational and non-negotiable.


Courses:

  • Religious Ethics 20 - Old Testament Studies
  • Religious Meanings 20 - New Testament Studies
  • World Religions 30