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Answers Bible Curriculum is designed as a Sunday School curriculum to be used in churches. But users are adapting it to use in a variety of different ways including homeschool, Christian school, and for outreach to unbelievers. It’s exciting to see!
Research has shown that most believers, especially in younger generations, are biblically illiterate. They simply don’t know what the Bible teaches or why they believe what they believe. That’s why we designed ABC to go through the Bible chronologically. This approach brings the Bible to life, highlighting the scarlet thread found throughout both the Old and New Testaments—Jesus and his gospel.
ABC doesn’t assume you know anything about the Bible. Indeed, it teaches the whole Bible so that you will become familiar with it.
ABC also focuses on biblical authority. This means we emphasize that the Bible is true and must be the foundation for our thinking in every area. We also show you how to apply God’s Word to the issues of our day. Apologetics are integrated throughout the curriculum, answering the questions of our culture.
Why am I highlighting all of these unique ABC features? Because they are what make it perfect for outreach. ABC doesn’t assume you know anything about the Bible. Indeed, it teaches the whole Bible so that you will become familiar with it, while answering your questions and showing why Christians think the way they do along the way. These are exactly the features you need, not only to help believers dive deeper into Scripture, but also to help unbelievers understand the Bible and Christianity.
Here are some outreach ideas from real people using the curriculum to share the gospel with unbelievers (content edited slightly for clarity):
ABC is a wonderful resource for reaching unbelievers by teaching them more about God’s Word. Give it a try with one month of free lessons!
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