A devotional and practical study of these books using the inductive method of study.
A devotional and practical study of Paul’s letters to Timothy and to Titus. A study of the offices and the organization of the church as Paul outlines them in these three epistles.
A devotional and practical study of the epistle to the Hebrews. Attention is given to its Christology and the use of the Old Testament in its theology
A devotional and practical study of the book using the inductive method of study with special concern for the relationship of faith and works.
This course is given to provide the occasion for entering the thought and meaning of this epistle on the subject of living daily with hope through the Gospel in the midst of “various trials.” Special attention will be given to its teaching on the church, baptism, eschatology, ethics, and Christ’s descent into hell.
An exegetical, historical, and doctrinal study of the Apocalypse of John with consideration of the preterist, historic, idealist, and futurist positions.
Directed readings are pursued under the guidance of the professor in the department of instruction. One credit per semester may be earned in this way, with a maximum of three credits.
This course is an introductory study of the basic morphology, syntax and vocabulary of Biblical Hebrew. The goal of this course is to prepare the student to translate and exegete Biblical Hebrew.
This course builds on the student’s knowledge of Biblical Hebrew to aid the student to engage in a thorough, analytical study of a biblical text. The aim is to develop a method of exegesis which will assist in the preparation of a soundly biblical and practical sermon or teaching presentation. Emphasis in this course will be given to working with middle-level Hebrew grammar and syntax based on a grammatical-historical method and applying fundamental skills in Hebrew to basic interpretation of biblical texts.
This one-semester course is designed to familiarize the student with the translation and exegesis of Old Testament narrative. Beginning in Genesis selected narrative passages will be studied from the Hebrew Old Testament. Special attention will be given to placing the finished product of this exegesis into homiletical form. OT 601-602, or their equivalent required.