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Theology Emphasis Courses

B340

Biblical Interpretation.................................................3

B400

Senior Integrative Seminar.........................................3

B490

Senior Comprehensive Exam....................................0

BCW363 Apologetics...................................................................3

One of the following..............................................................................8

BL301 and 302 Elementary Greek I, II (4, 4)

BL311 and 312 Elementary Hebrew I, II (4, 4)

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ne of the following..............................................................................3

BMS385 World Religions (3)

BMS483 Religions of America (3)

One of the following..............................................................................3

BTH373 Historical Theology I (3)

BTH374 Historical Theology II (3)

General Theology Electives:

Two of the following

.............................................................................6

BTH327 New Testament Theology (3)

BTH328 Old Testament Theology (3)

BTH377 Messianic Theology (3)

BTH387 Theology of Paul (3)

BTH397 Biblical Theology of Vision (3)

BTH407 Theological Systems (3)

BTH417 Contemporary Theology (3)

BTH427 Theology Seminar (3)

Specific Theology Electives:

Two of the following

.............................................................................6

BTH337 Theology of God (3)

BTH347 Theology of Angels (3)

BTH348 Theology of Man and Sin (3)

BTH357 Theology of Christ (3)

BTH358 Theology of Salvation (3)

BTH367 Theology of the Scriptures (3)

BTH368 Theology of the Church (3)

BTH428 Eschatological Interpretations (3)

Bible Electives................................................................................12

Total units required for emphasis........................................................47

Minor in Biblical Studies

A minor in Biblical Studies is offered to students not majoring

in Biblical Studies, but who desire a greater understanding of

the Bible and theology. For a minor in Biblical Studies, the

following courses are required:

B101, 102

Old Testament Survey I, II...........................3, 3

B201, 202

New Testament Survey I, II...........................3, 3

BTH321, 322 Christian Theology I, II..................................3, 3

Bible Electives..................................................................................6

Total units required for minor..............................................................24

Minor in Global Studies

A minor in Global Studies is offered to all students who desire

a greater understanding of cross-cultural missions. For a minor

in Global Studies, the following courses are required:

BMS301 Introduction to Missions............................................3

BMS303 History & Theory of Missions....................................3

BMS341 Cultural Anthropology................................................3

BMS385 World Religions...........................................................3

Global Mission Electives.................................................................3

BMS365 Gospel Living (3)

BMS366 Gospel, Culture, and Vocation (3)

Field Semester: (6-8 Weeks)............................................................3

BMS302 Field Internship (3)

BMS312 Global Outreach (3)

Total units required for minor..............................................................18

Course Offerings in Biblical Studies

APOLOGETICS

BCW354 The Christian & Politics (3)

A biblical approach to Christian citizenship and activity. Emphasis on general and specific scriptural principles and their

application to contemporary issues including an introduction to various viewpoints.

Same as POL354.

BCW363 Apologetics (3)

A survey of the main approaches to apologetics and an examination of evidences for the Christian faith from such fields

as science, history, archaeology, and philosophy.

Fulfills the Essentials of Philosophy general education requirement for selected Bible

majors.

BCW367 Ethics (3)

A survey of the main approaches to ethics; issues in personal ethics, such as moral responsibility, decision-making,

honesty, and conscience; and topics in special ethics, such as war, abortion, euthanasia, genetic engineering, and church-

state relations.

Fulfills the P311 Essentials of Philosophy general education requirement for Audio Technology majors. Same as P367.

BCW402 Christian Worldview (3)

A study of the application of biblical data to contemporary culture, science, and the arts so as to define a Christian

worldview, integrating liberal arts learning with biblical truth. Beginning with issues of epistemology, the student will be