Dept. of Biblical Studies
Old Testament
New Testament
Dept. of History
Church History
Christianity and Society
Dept. of Theology
Doctrinal Theology
Christian Ethics
Dept. of Practical Theology
Christian Education
Congregational Ministry
Pastoral Care and Specialized Ministries
Preaching, Speech Communication, and Worship
General Requirements
Field Education
Denominational Polity and Doctrine
Preparation for Graduate Teaching

Morning Schedule
Afternoon Schedule

New Testament

Orientation to New Testament Studies
MoWeFr 10:40
Required of M.Div. candidates during the first year of study. Not open to Th.M or Ph.D. students. 3 credits.
Mr. Parsenios and Mr. Wagner
Precepts: A. Th 10:40am; B. Th 10:40am C. Th 11:40am D. Th 11:40am E. Th 1:30am F. Fr 9:00am;
G. Fr 10:40am; H..Fr 10:40am; I. Fr 10:40am; J. Fr 10:40am; K. Fr 1:30pm; L. Fr 1:30pm.


Introduction to New Testament Greek
MoTuThFr 9:00-9:50am
This course does not fulfill Biblical Department distribution requirements. 3 credits.
Mr. Berg


Greek Translation Section A
Tu 8:00-8:50am Section B. Tu 10:40-11:30am
(Two sections of same course, only register for one.)
Prerequisite: course NT152 or NT4S or permission of the instructor. Pass/Fail. 1 credit.
Mr. Troy Troftgruben, under the supervision of Mr. Berg


The Biblical Canon: Origins, Formation and Implications
Mo 1:30-3:20pm
A study of the origins and growth of the biblical literature as a canon of Scripture, including its final formation and authority in the early church (both Old and New Testaments). The social and religious contexts of early Judaism, the Greco-Roman world and early Christianity will be considered as well as implications for contemporary communities of faith. Prerequisites: course NT101 and OT101.
3 credits.
Mr. McDonald


Exegesis of 1 Corinthians (English Text)
MoWeFr 11:40am-12:30pm
Prerequisite: course NT101.
3 credits.
Ms. Works


Exegesis of Romans
MoWeFr 10:40-11:30am
Prerequisites: Courses NT101, NT152 or NT4S.
3 credits.
Ms. Gaventa


Missional Hermeneutics and the Formation of the Church: 1 Peter as a Test Case
Tu Th 11:40-12:55pm
Counts as a third theology course in the MDiv curriculum.  Prerequisites: courses NT101, NT152 or NT4S and TH221.
3 credits
Mr. Wagner and Mr. Guder


Ph.D. Seminars
M.Div and Th.M. (and all non-Ph.D.) students must receive instructor approval to enroll and complete enrollment form, available in the Registrar's office and on the Registrar's website.


Biblical Theology II
Mo 2:30-5:20pm
3 credits.


Earliest Christianity in its Greco-Roman Setting
Th 2:30-5:20pm
3 credits.
Mr. Berg