Take an in-depth look at the Bible, including methods of interpretation, with the biblical studies emphasis.
- Courses focus on the classical Greek language and texts, biblical literature and the church as it does (and could) exist today.
- Both the Old and New Testaments are examined, and optional courses explore the teachings of Paul and Anabaptist theology.
Graduates with a biblical studies emphasis possess the knowledge necessary to pursue careers and advanced study in Christian ministries, church leadership and Christian education, but the knowledge developed can be beneficial in any position.
Emphasis Required Courses
|BIB 304||Paul and His Letters||3|
|BIB 441 or|
|Biblical Interpretation: to 18th Century or|
Biblical Interpretation: 19th-21st Centuries
|BLIT-310-BLIT 349||OT Biblical Literature||3|
|BLIT-310-BLIT 349||NT Biblical Literature||3|
|BLIT-310-BLIT 349||Biblical Literature (OT or NT)||3|
Two Semesters Of One Biblical Language
Select from the following
|BIB 106||Classical Greek I||3|
|BIB 107||Classical Greek II||3|
|BIB 115||Hebrew I||3|
|BIB 116||Hebrew II||3|
Select two of the following
|MIN||any course with this prefix|
|REL||any course with this prefix|
|THEO||any course with this prefix|
|COM 368 or|
|Ancient and Medieval Rhetoric or|
Ancient and Medieval Rhetoric
|HIST 360||Greece: Drama and Paideia in the Polis||4|
|HIST 365||Rome: Politics, Pagans and Patristics||4|
|LIT 460||Critical Approaches to Literature||3|