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"The Principle Approach is popping up everywhere these days. The Judah Bible Curriculum, created in 1992, was the first Bible curriculum for school-age children to use this approach . . .
Judah Bible Curriculum students are supposed to research by reading the Bible and making use of Bible study tools. They reason out a series of conclusions about the nature of God, man, and the world based on their research and on the questions the curriculum asks them to answer . . .
The Judah Bible Curriculum is a teacher-directed program. You will be using the Bible as your textbook. It requires a scholarly mindset and a lot of commitment on the part of both student and teacher. If you are good at teaching and enjoy coming up with creative ways to present things, and creative assignments for your students, you might very well find this a fascinating program."
Mary Pride in The Big Book of Home Learning
"The discussions with my students were outstanding and many times our Bible time would go well beyond the time I had allotted for it. We did much reading from the Word which answered questions students had and encouraged them to ask questions about portions of the Word they did not understand. I also lectured and they took notes on background information I gathered from concordances, study guides, and weekly discussions we teachers had.."
Karen O. Champaign, Illinois, teacher 5th grade
"I use the Judah Bible Curriculum to cult-proof my kids."
Home School Parent, Texas
"Studying the Bible with Judah Bible Curriculum has borne wonderful fruit in our school this year. Since we teach in a mission school in a Spanish and Indian village, I wasn't sure at first if the children would be able to grasp the concepts. But they exceeded my expectations! The students learned to love the Scriptures and read them on their own. And because of the solid understanding they received from Genesis to Revelation, at the end of the year all of the students in my class yielded to the Holy Spirit and prayed to receive Jesus as Lord and Savior. God is good!"
Denise D. Missionary, Living Word School, Belize, Central America
"As I listened to the first tape, I thought, 'Wow, this makes sense…and everything about God and history became more clear….as exciting as that was for me, it was even greater to see my children become excited about Bible history….Each day, they would ask, 'Is it time for Bible history now?' Looking through our new "government glasses", we have been studying some of the political candidates. My girls (3rd and 5th) have been able to discuss and evaluate statements made by different candidates, and decide which direction they would lead our country….Thank you!"