MA Biblical Literature
- 50 credit hours (approx. 2-3 years)
- Available on campus and online
- Emphasizes biblical scholarship, including proficiency in both Greek and Hebrew and extensive coursework in biblical content
The MA Biblical Literature equips students with a comprehensive understanding of Scripture in English, Hebrew, and Greek. Students will graduate from the program with the ability to interpret Scripture, understand the biblical context, and apply Scripture to their current context.
This degree is for anyone who wants to have a deep understanding of Scripture and how it relates to the broader Christian faith.
The entire program can be completed online, allowing you to participate in the program from anywhere in the world.
|OT 501||Elementary Hebrew I||3|
|OT 502||Elementary Hebrew II||3|
|NT 501||New Testament Greek I||3|
|NT 502||New Testament Greek II||3|
|OT 516||Old Testament History and Interpretation||3|
|NT 512||Old Testament History and Interpretation||3|
|Inductive Bible Study I||OT 620 or NT 531||3|
|Inductive Bible Study II||OT 621-623 or NT 535/615/622||3|
|OT/NT Reading and Syntax||OT 651 or NT 521||3|
|OT/NT Exegesis||OT 731-734 or NT 642||3|
|BT 501||Biblical Theology||3|
|HT 520||History of Christian Thought||3|
|ST 604||Christ, Revelation, God, and Humanity||3|
|ST 605||Salvation, Holy Spirit, Church, and Last Things||3|
|AP 501||Foundations of Apologetics||3|
|PH 610||Moral Theology and the Gospel||3|
|DS 505||Discipleship and Spiritual Formation||3|
For detailed program information, please see the academic catalog.