Course Descriptions

BLGR231. Elementary Greek I

A study of the basic grammar of the Greek New Testament. Attention is given to vocabulary building throughout. Prerequisite: BLGR 231 is a prerequisite for BLGR 232. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLGR 231 is offered fall semester of even years. BLGR 232 is offered spring semester of odd years.



BLGR232. Elmentary Greek II

A study of the basic grammar of the Greek New Testament. Attention is given to vocabulary building throughout. Prerequisite: BLGR 241 is a prerequisite for BLGR 242. Credit, 4 hours for each course. BLGR 241 is offered fall semester of even years. BLGR 242 is offered spring semester of odd years.



BLGR331. Intermediate Greek I

An advanced study of Greek grammar, including translation and exegesis of selected portions of the Greek New Testament. Prerequisite: BLGR 241 and BLGR 242 are prerequisites for BLGR 331. BLGR 331 is a prerequisite for BLGR 332. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLGR 331 is offered fall semester of odd years. BLGR 332 is offered spring semester of even years.



BLGR332. Intermediate Greek II

An advanced study of Greek grammar, including translation and exegesis of selected portions of the Greek New Testament. Prerequisite: BLGR 241 and BLGR 242 are prerequisites for BLGR 331. BLGR 331 is a prerequisite for BLGR 332. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLGR 331 is offered fall semester of odd years. BLGR 332 is offered spring semester of even years.



BLHB231. Elementary Hebrew I

A study of the basic grammar of the Hebrew Old Testament. Attention is given to vocabulary building throughout. Most of the grammar is covered in BLHB 231. BLHB 232 concentrates on developing translation skills, an understanding of the finer points of grammar, and an increased vocabulary. Prerequisite: BLHB 231 is a prerequisite for BLHB 232. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLHB 231 is offered fall semester of odd years. BLHB 232 is offered spring semester of even years.



BLHB232. Elementary Hebrew II

A study of the basic grammar of the Hebrew Old Testament. Attention is given to vocabulary building throughout. Most of the grammar is covered in BLHB 231. BLHB 232 concentrates on developing translation skills, an understanding of the finer points of grammar, and an increased vocabulary. Prerequisite: BLHB 231 is a prerequisite for BLHB 232. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLHB 231 is offered fall semester of odd years. BLHB 232 is offered spring semester of even years.



BLHB331. Intermediate Hebrew I

An advanced study of Hebrew grammar, including translation and exegesis of selected portions of the Hebrew Old Testament. BLHB 331 features texts from the Prophets and BLHB 332 features texts from the wisdom literature. Both courses require the preparation and submission of an exegetical paper. Prerequisites: BLHB 241 and BLHB 242 are prerequisites for BLHB 331. BLHB 331 is a prerequisite for BLHB 332. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLHB 331 is offered fall semester of even years. BLHB 332 is offered spring semester of odd years.



BLHB332. Intermediate Hebrew II

An advanced study of Hebrew grammar, including translation and exegesis of selected portions of the Hebrew Old Testament. BLHB 331 features texts from the Prophets and BLHB 332 features texts from the wisdom literature. Both courses require the preparation and submission of an exegetical paper. Prerequisites: BLHB 241 and BLHB 242 are prerequisites for BLHB 331. BLHB 331 is a prerequisite for BLHB 332. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLHB 331 is offered fall semester of even years. BLHB 332 is offered spring semester of odd years.



MSMN133. Introducing Church History

A survey of the history of the Christian church concentrating on those individuals, events, and movements that have shaped the church today. Credit, 3 hours. Offered every spring semester.



MSMN135. Exploring The Old Testament

An exploration of Old Testament literature, history, and faith to help students understand the Old Testament and develop and apply Christian values in contemporary life. Credit, 3 hours. Offered each fall and spring semester.



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