hollyjay wrote:...those of you who have used the Daniel study, how many lessons/weeks is it?
I believe it is 11 weeks.
LSH in MS wrote:Is the inductive course a Precept course or something else? Just curious. I've done a number of Precept studies and the nice thing about it is that it is inductive. You observe the text itself and let Scripture interpret Scripture which is great!
momrandles wrote:Here are a couple links for the Daniel Precepts study for anyone nearing the HS years.
Download study guide: http://www.precept.org/site/PageServer? ... idearchive
Audio lessons by Kay Arthur that coincide : http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Prec ... .asp?cp=10
amylynn12 wrote:We are really enjoying the High School Program this year. :) It has been fun discussing the questions in the Old Testament Challenge with our daughter.
I was just curious how to know if we are answering the questions correctly?
We are only on week #3 and just had a couple questions we weren't sure about in Job.
Thanks for any help.
Amy in Oregon
amymw wrote:Are there "answers" to the Old Testament Challenge questions? A couple of the questions have stumped us and we are just looking for some clarity.
Julie in MN wrote:If you find out anything for sure, please share -- lots of us will be there next year
cbollin wrote:I like the idea that the "right answer" is not always the main goal in those things.
Teresa in TX wrote:Anyone else and their dc having trouble just getting through those three books in three weeks? I kept up/we discussed Leviticus last week. 36 chapters of Deuteronomy in 5 days is a killer. My dd's mind is numb...she's admitted to the fact that she is finding this portion boring and hard to follow. I have heard that those books are the graveyard for people who have attempted to read through the Bible in a year. I forgot. I believe it now. I have to keep telling her to plug on and how much she'll enjoy Joshua!!! The saving thing is Taking the OT challenge because it makes good connections and has opened our eyes to things we had not seen before. I know this is good, but wow!!!!!
Other than those three books of the Bible, we have really hit our groove with this. I was wondering if we would. It just took a while for things to feel natural and to get a feel for how long it would take. This is good stuff!! The discussions have been good. The Biblical discussions have pertained a lot to things we are going through right now and they are helping dd to see things from God's pov. God is always timely like that.
JenniferF wrote:Oh and now, she has decided to copy the verses. She is writing out what she reads each night. She told me she wants to make a her own copy of the WHOLE Bible....wonder how long that would take her to write?!
BHelf wrote:One other thing about reading through the OT is that when you do finally get through those books and read all or most of the OT, the NT really starts to click and you'll finally "get" some things that you may not have understood before. I did an in depth bible study quite a few years ago and the NT made even more sense to me after reading most of the OT. So it can give your child a great perspective on why things were written they way they were and why this or that phrase meant so much to the Jewish people or to the Gentiles or whatever.
lizamac wrote:I've just purchased AHL for my high school aged son and we are excited about starting. Can anyone tell me if scripture memorization is built into this curriculum? I've skimmed through the guide but cannot find this information.
momofsix wrote:Or if your a very, very busy mother, get the videos & watch with the family!
I know the books cover more material, but the videos are a great tool for those who don't read much, or are just so busy.
momofsix wrote:Book 2 has 31 or 32 questions, the Answers DVD says it contains 12 answers, ten of which are based on topics in The New Answers Book 2, and two are totally new: Did Humans Really Evolve from Apelike Creatures?, Does the Big Bang fit with the Bible?, What's wrong with Progressive Creation?, Can Creationists be "real" scientists?, Is the Intelligent Design Movement Christian?,What's the best "proof" of Creation?, Doesn't the order of fossils in the rock record favor long ages?, Why is the scopes trial significant?, Was the dispersion at Babel a real event?, When does Life begin?, Does radiometric dating prove the earth is old?, How to respond to someone who asks, "Why is this important?".
The New AnswersBook 3 has 38 questions, the DVD 3 says it has 18 topics, all based from topics in the Ans.Bk.3: Was their death before Adam sinned, Where was the Garden of Eden located?, Doesn't the Bible support slavery?, What is the best argument for the existence of God? Vestigial organs - evidence for evolution?, What about cloning and stem cells?, Did Bible authors believe in a literal Genesis?, Did life come from outer space?, Does evolution have a chance?, What are some of the best flood evidences?, Unicorns in the Bible?, How can someone start new life in Christ? & 6 more.
I personally have not read the books [yet]. My dh is the book reader My 13 yo has read book 1 & parts of others. They are a good reference too, to go to specific chapters about certain topics ... I have done that a few times.
We just got the 3rd video when were down at the Creation Museum in October. If you haven't been there yet, I cannot recommend a better family vacation than to get to the Creation Museum. It's so AWESOME!! We spent 3 days in a row this time. We first went last Sept (3 days then too), and again in December for the Live Nativity. Well worth the 14 hour drive for us from northern MN.
Winni wrote:On Page 2 of the Daniel study, on number 3, my daughter and I are wondering how important the whole "body language" thing is. She thinks it's kinda silly, and really doesn't want to memorize the main theme/idea that way.
No big deal, right?
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