What the Judah Bible Curriculum will do for your Students

“Americans need to read the Bible. Even more, they need to study it. It is the cornerstone of freedom, the foundation of idealism, and the modus operandi of abundant living.”
-Billy Graham

Bible study should be the centerpiece of a Christian education.

The Judah Bible Curriculum is designed to help you produce Godly character in yourself and your students.

As educators we are seeing our kids led astray by peers, musicians, cults, the media, the Internet, forceful and slick authority figures, and any number of other voices. In order to survive, our students must be able to stand on their own and truly understand the purpose God has for their lives.

Our crucial need is to educate our students to be Biblically literate. True literacy is more than just the ability to read. True literacy includes having a basis in Truth and the ability to reason from that basis to discover the answers to life’s questions.


The Judah Bible Curriculum is a Principle Approach curriculum for Bible class designed to help you build into yourself and your students a practical knowledge of God and His word and His ways.

Principle Approach refers to a philosophy of education whose content and methods are designed to build character in teacher and student capable of sustaining liberty.

With the Judah Bible curriculum, you will teach your students to study the Bible, not just study about the Bible. They will learn to utilize reference materials and outside resources in their study. They will learn to reason from the Bible basis and then apply Biblical principles to every area of life.

The Judah Bible Curriculum is designed as a means to help you build through your Bible study these Godly character traits into your student(s):

-A greater depth in his or her relationship with God
-Increased desire to do what is right even when no one is looking
-Increased patience, kindness, and love for others
-Intrinsically motivated work ethic
-An increased importance placed on relationships with others
-An increased resistance to peer pressure
-A desire for Biblical holiness
-Being a blessing in every sphere of life
-Godly leadership
-Long-term thinking and an eternal perspective
-Faithful in the little things
-Self-educating character before God
-Strong self-governing character under God

It is our desire that studying the Bible will become the favorite part of your school day, and that the lights will turn on in your student’s minds and hearts as they learn about God and His ways through the scriptures.

Bill Burtness

Author, Judah Bible Curriculum

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