We believe that the proper maturation of students involves proficiency in the knowledge of the disciplines prescribed by the Heritage Christian Schools and also a cognizant relationship to God as disclosed in His Word, the Bible.
According to the biblical view, man, in this world, is a fallen creature. He is not what he was intended to be. He is not what he ought to be. He is not what he can be made to be in Christ. The image of God in man is not obliterated (Genesis 1:26, Psalm 82:6, 7, John 10:34, 35), but man is broken and fallen and in need of redemption.
He, who with his whole heart, believes in Jesus as the Son of God is thereby committed to much else besides. He is committed to a view of God, to a view of man, to a view of sin, to a view of redemption, to a view of human destiny, found only in Christianity. This forms a “Christian view of the world,” which stands in marked contrast with theories wrought out from a purely philosophical or scientific standpoint (The Christian View of the World, James Orr, P.4.)