The highest pursuit of the Christian’s mind is to think the thoughts of God. Since academic training is designed to develop one’s understanding, academic training for the Christian should focus on teaching who God is and how man should live under His authority. As Solomon summarized, “Fear God and keep His commandments, for this is the whole duty of man” (Ecc. 12:13b).
Of all academic disciplines, biblical and theological studies alone pursue this goal, since they alone study the Creator rather than the creation. Therefore they are the queen of the sciences, which Logos Academy seeks to make the heart of its curriculum. To this end, all graduates of the Academy will have spent three years studying every chapter of the Bible, will have read the entire Bible and will have memorized select passages. They will have spent another three years studying systematic theology topics and will have studied two years of New Testament Greek. Our goal is to make all of our students competent in biblical and theological studies.