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(As it pertains to The Bible and/or Christianity)
on this page are only for students who signed up before
September 19, 2013 or students who have received permission for a Special Course of Study.
ATTENTION MOODLE STUDENTS:
ALL STUDENTS WHO APPLIED ON THE SLBC MOODLE SITE
All students who signed up after September 19, 2013 are
in our moodle-enabled system. Therefore, they must
take all classes from and submit all tests and forms to
that website. The ONLY students allowed to take courses
from this current site are students who signed up BEFORE
September 19, 2013 or who have received permission for a
Special Course of Study. All others must goto the moodle-
enabled site for all course-work.
The Moodle-enabled site is http://slbcrecords.org
Moodle students who use
this current site cannot have their
work credited to them. Courses on this current site are
not formatted for use by the automated Moodle site.
Only work completed on the Moodle site has the
proper formatting necessary in order for it
to be added to their file on that site.
THERE ARE NO POSSIBLE EXCEPTIONS TO THIS REQUIREMENT!
In this series you will study the course of History as it pertains to the Bible and, specifically, Christianity. Topics addressed will include the Creation, the beginning of human civilization, Judaism, as a forerunner of Christianity, and Christianity. The topic of Christianity will be studied historically from its beginnings as a sect of Judaism to the formalization of it as a separate religion, the deformation of its doctrines by the Catholic movement (both East and West with treatment of the time of the Great Schism), the Reformation, and the history of those sects of Christianity that were never part of the Catholic Church from the time of Christ down to the present (2018). Those topics, and others, will be studied in a historical context as pertaining to biblical, secular (including scientific), and philosophical treatments. (credits awarded for each section of the course.)
These may be superceded by specific instructions given on the course main page.
Each lesson generally requires 1 week study/attendance. If more than one week is required per lesson, the requirement will be plainly stated on the individual course main page.
Look up every scripture referenced in the textbook and workbook where the book, chapter, and verse(s) are given. If only the book and/or the chapter are given, then they are only for reference. You may read them if you choose to do so but reading of them is not required.
the end of each section, stop and take the section test if there is
Most tests are "open book" which means that you may use all study materials (workbook, textbook, Bible, etc.) while taking the tests. Any tests that are "closed book" will be so indicated as such.
ANSWERS: Those tests that are open book require the exact answer from the textbook, workbook, or Bible, whichever of the study materials are appropriate for the question. Incorrect answers, spelling, punctuation, extra spaces before or anywhere in the answer or after the answer, will cause the answer to be scored as "Incorrect." Along with the privilege of using your study materials and taking an "open book" test comes the responsibility of giving the answers to questions verbatim from those study materials.
You may NOT go on to the next section until you have passed the test for the current section and found all of the answers in the textbook to any questions missed on the current test, whether you passed it or not. The attendance for the next Lesson begins on the next day.
Make sure you read and submit the Testing Instructions Agreement form if you have not already done so. Only one (1) Testing Instruction form is required per student. If you do not submit a Testing Instructions form you will not be able to correctly fill out the information page of the tests. And without a Testing Instructions Agreement form in your file your tests will be disallowed and they will not be credited to you.
You may NOT take more than one test in any one subject
on one day, including retakes of failed tests.
The History of Civilization
In this section of the History Series you will follow the History of Civilization from the Creation down to the end of the eighteenth century.
The History of The Creation
NOT YET AVAILABLE
In this course in the History series you will study the history of The Creation. Included will be the history of creation from a Biblical Worldview as well as from a Scientific Worldview; with comparison, deviation, and, whenever possible, reconciliation between the two views being given. (2 credits)