New Testament Survey (Blended; Dongell)
Summer Courses for Credit General Information

Summer Courses for Credit are restricted to CHCA students enrolled for the following school year. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and opens on 01/27/24.
At registration, you will schedule a future automatic payment for the full amount. Payment is non-refundable and non-transferable after 02/17/24 at 12:00 p.m. Payments collected on 02/23/24. If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, the scheduled payment will be cancelled before any fees are collected. If the cancellation impacts your student’s 2024-2025 course selections, you may contact us at that time for adjustments to their schedule.
Email the teacher directly if you have questions about the course content, workload, or syllabus. No classes are held on weekends.
Because summer course schedules are condensed and academic content is uncompromised, attendance is strictly enforced, and a student cannot pass a class for which he/she is not present for the stated meeting times. Please do not register for summer classes that conflict with the student’s other summer obligations.

This course studies the Christian church, from its birth recorded in Acts, its growth seen in the Epistles, and then overviewing the historical and theological development of Christianity to the present. Students study the books of the New Testament (Acts - Revelation) and understand their major concepts, purposes, and contributions to Christian doctrine and practice. We briefly trace how the church separated from Judaism and transitioned from a persecuted minority to an empowered majority; study the impact of both the schism between the Western Church and Eastern Orthodoxy and the Protestant Reformation; investigate the influence of the church on the art, literature, and architecture in Western Civilization; comprehend the effect of the Great Awakening on American Christianity; and gain an appreciation of the depth and diversity of God’s Kingdom in the present day. Students write and use group discussion to stimulate substantive reflection and integrate and apply the subject matter.

We will have preliminary meetings in order to meet and introduce the course. In person sessions are for only two different mornings on which students will take tests.

Prerequisite: Old and New Covenants
Credit: 1

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Summer at CHCA
6/5/2024 - 7/2/2024
(In Person 6/5 & 6/19) 9am-12:15pm
Grades 9th - 12th
$710 (Non-refundable/non-transferable after noon on 2/17/24)
This session has openings
Registration will end on 5/27/2024 at 11:59 PM.