All Christian education should have at its heart a quest for knowing God. Formally, this quest involves theology. Since theology pertains to all of life, as God Himself does, the theology course often matches topics in the humanities and science. This allows for fruitful cross-pollination. Each theology course has three sections—philosophical foundations, the faith itself, and family. For assignments, students often read for four hours and then write on what they have read in preparation for a classroom discussion. Overall, the aim is worship through wisdom based on the word of God.