At Christian Educators Academy, we believe that the ethical and moral development of our students is just as important, if not more important, than their academics. We require all students to take at least one full credit in Bible study, or an ethical or religious study of their choice. We believe that it is vital that our students understand their beliefs and grow in their faith, in addition to their academics and other pursuits.
Christian Educators Academy (CEA) provides both online and textbook-based Bible courses for its students. We also encourage all students to participate in Bible studies and youth groups sponsored by their local churches. In the near future, we also plan to begin offering Bible discussion groups for our students.
Christian Educators Academy respects the convictions and preferences of each of its families. We accept people of other faiths as well as non-believers. Students of other faiths and non-believers may substitute a study within their own faith or an ethics course in place of a Bible study.
Christian Educators also provides its students links to a website offering free online Bible studies. These studies are optional, non-sectarian, and oriented towards providing our students the basic foundations of Christianity.
For foundational Bible studies (non-credit) please access the following website: Bible Study Lessons
Online Bible Courses
For Bible study credit using online courses, choose 1 or 2 of the seven courses listed below. Each is worth 0.5 credits. In order to receive credit, students must read all sections and required scriptures, and submit answers to all questions for review. For Bible study credit using textbook-based courses, continue on to the next section.
Course #1: The Gospel of Mark
Studies in the life and teaching of Jesus Christ, the Founder of the Christian religion. Ten lessons about His miracles, parables, death, burial, and resurrection.
Course #2: Jesus Is Lord
Why we believe in God, Jesus, and the Bible: evidences for the Christian faith. The lordship of Jesus, the meaning of discipleship, salvation, forgiveness of sins, obedience, baptism, and Divine authority vs. man-made traditions. Learn about the church Christ established, worship of God, and the origin of denominations. Eight lessons with quizzes.
Course #3: The Book of Acts – Course A
Studies in the history of the early church and the beginning of Christianity as revealed in the Acts of the Apostles. Discusses the kingdom of Christ, church organization and worship, examples of conversion, the nature and purpose of miracles, the Christian faith, and the work of the Holy Spirit. Seven lessons with quizzes.
Course #4: The Book of Acts – Course B
(A continuation of Course A. Seven lessons.)
Course #5: Following Jesus – Course A
Studies about how to grow as a disciple of Christ: spiritual maturity, discipleship, and Christian growth. How to change yourself, how to study the Bible, prayer, attending church worship meetings, and giving. Eight lessons with quizzes.
Course #6: Following Jesus – Course B
Further studies about Christianity and living as a Christian: human relationships (family, business, government, and race relations); morality, ethics, and moral purity; responsibilities of Christians in a local church; church organization (independence vs. centralization) and church work (Social Gospel vs. spiritual gospel). Eight lessons with quizzes.
Course #7: Conversion from Sin
Studies about forgiveness and salvation from sin. Learn about the nature of sin, God’s grace, Jesus’ sacrifice, faith, repentance, confession, baptism, faithfulness, and the church. What about infant baptism, sprinkling and pouring? How does one become a Christian? What attitudes and commitment are required?
Textbook-based Bible Courses
Our textbook-based Bible courses are listed below. Each one is worth one full credit. In order to receive credit, the entire course must be completed and submitted for review.
Religious Studies Bible I
Text: Bible Study for a Firm Foundation. Customized, journal with course outline and essays provided by Christian Educators Private Schools. In one workbook is contained a great course for disciples, new members and even seekers. Bible Studies for a Firm Foundation is actually a set of 23 Bible studies that can be used by a group or individuals. Basic Christian doctrines are covered in depth with at least four pages of questions and Scripture verses for each topic.
Religious Studies Bible II
Text: The Overcoming Life. Customized, journal with course outline and essays provided by Christian Educators Private Schools. 20 Bible studies divided into 4 stages to being wholly led by the Spirit: brokenness, righteousness, practical Christian living, and the work of the ministry. Each section includes a brief commentary, clarifying questions with answers included in the back of the book. Discover precious truths from God’s Word which will help you to be a victorious overcomer.
Religious Studies Bible III
Text: Study of Philippians. Customized, journal with course outline and essays provided by Christian Educators Private Schools. Anyone seeking deeper faith, the peace of Christ or the courage to face hard times with Christian conviction will benefit by this study of how Paul overcame difficult circumstances by faith.
Religious Studies Bible IV
Text: Study of Book of James. Customized, journal with course outline and essays provided by Christian Educators Private Schools. Believers of all ages will benefit from this Bible study based on the book of James. Using three main headings: It is full of faith, It is full of love, It is full of hope, the Weiner’s have developed an interactive 12-study workbook, with answer sheets provided.
Religious Studies Bible V
Text: Study of THE Song of Solomon. Customized, journal with course outline and essays provided by Christian Educators Private Schools. Bob and Rose Weiner present a series of studies on the symbolism and imagery of the Song of Solomon, reflecting a position that the book portrays Christ and his love for his bride, the Church. This is an excellent study for mothers to complete with their daughters.
Ethics and Studies in Other Religions
If you are not a Christian, please contact our administration to set up an Ethics course or study that is appropriate and acceptable in your religion.
Christian Educators Academy requires all students to complete at least 1 credit in a Bible study, ethics study, or study in their own religion.