Resources and activities for use in high-school classrooms and youth groups

The CPX Youth & Schools section is our dedicated space for CPX resources for use in high-school contexts. All these resources are designed for students with a range of experiences and attitudes towards the Christian faith. 

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For the Love of God is a documentary that confronts the worst that Christians have done, and traces the origins of Western values like human rights, charity, and non-violence back to the influence of Jesus.

These resources, produced in partnership with several teachers, contain suggested activities for use in high-school classrooms, based on one or more of the documentary's segments. If you would like to do a series on For the Love of God in your classroom, click here for a suggested ten-week plan.

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Dr Darrell Bock is Executive Director of Cultural Engagement and Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the author of over 40 books, including notable commentaries on the biblical books of Luke and Acts, and several works looking at the historical Jesus. He often speaks in the media on topics related to the New Testament and Christianity in contemporary society.

In this video series, he answers seven commonly-asked questions about the most-read book of all time.

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These resources contain suggested activities for use in high-school classrooms, based on videos and articles from the CPX online library. The resources aim to help students explore important questions to do with the Christian faith, such as whether the Bible is reliable, the relationship between science and Christianity, and how the human experience of suffering fits in with the Christian notion of a good God.