Biblical Interpretation (BINT)

BINT-270  Resrch Meth/Study of Scripture  3 Credits  

An introductory examination of biblical exposition for ministry which includes an understanding of the theological foundations for preaching, an acquaintance with the basic secondary materials used in biblical interpretation, and an overview of the procedures of biblical exegesis. Core requirement for the religion major offered every semester.

Prerequisite: BLAN-101, NT-101C

Terms Typically Offered: Fall and Spring.

BINT-291  Special Topic:  1 Credit  

Study of a special topic in Biblical Interpretation. May be repeated for credit.

BINT-292  Special Topic:  2 Credits  

Study of a special topic in Biblical Interpretation. May be repeated for credit.

BINT-293  Special Topic:  3 Credits  

Study of a special topic in Biblical Interpretation. May be repeated for credit.

BINT-440  New Testament Backgrounds  3 Credits  

A study of the Greek, Roman, and Jewish backgrounds of the New Testament is made in order to give the New Testament student an understanding of the world of Jesus and the early church. Extensive readings in representative texts from the New Testament period, including the Dead Sea Scrolls.

BINT-470  Special Topic:  1-3 Credits  

Study in a special topic in the field of Biblical interpretation. May be repeated for credit.

BINT-476  Old Testament Backgrounds  3 Credits  

An exploration of Egyptian, Babylonian, Assyrian, and Persian backgrounds to the Old Testament, designed to provide the student with an understanding of the Old Testament world.

BINT-480  Individual Studies:  1-3 Credits  

May be repeated for credit.

BINT-540  New Testament Backgrounds  3 Credits  
BINT-579  Biblical Hermeneutics  3 Credits