Your professors will train you to think critically, constructively, and theologically about your faith and the Bible. They are passionate about bringing God’s Scripture to their students and empowering them to understand its meaning and significance in their own lives. As a student, you’ll take courses in Second Temple Judaism, Greek, Hebrew, homiletics, and more. By the end of your studies, you’ll have the skills to work in a teaching ministry in a local church and the knowledge that could take you to graduate school.
Our goals for this major are that you would be able to interpret the Bible based on its original languages in both the Old and New Testament, that you would come to know the social and historical context behind Scripture, and that you would be able to interpret Scripture from the viewpoint of a first generation Christian. Most importantly, we hope to bring you back again and again to God’s love for us—and inspire you to love Him more.