New Testament - Graduate (NTG)

NTG-501  Advanced Greek I  2 Credits  

Terms Typically Offered: Fall.

NTG-502  Advanced Greek II  2 Credits  

Terms Typically Offered: Spring.

NTG-503  Beginning Greek I  4 Credits  

An introduction to Greek grammar, vocabulary and syntax for the graduate student. Offered alternate years.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall.

NTG-504  Beginning Greek II  4 Credits  

A continuation of Beginning Greek I.

Terms Typically Offered: Spring.

NTG-508  New Testament Theology & Interpretation  3 Credits  

This course surveys the basic issues in the historical, social, and theological interpretations of the New Testament. As such, it constitutes a basic introduction to exegetical and theological methods.

Terms Typically Offered: Summer.

NTG-542  Christology in the New Testament  3 Credits  

A critical examination of the various interpretations of Jesus Christ's nature and the nature of his work as they are found within the New Testament. The Jewishness of Jesus and interpreting the New Testament witness on him as the Christ against that of the Law and the Temple during his times are taken into the context of exploring biblical Christology.

Terms Typically Offered: Spring.

NTG-546  Parables for Preaching  4 Credits  

An examination of the interrelationship between the meaning of the parables as Jesus spoke them to His original hearers and the message of parables proclaimed in the church today.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall.

NTG-550  Independent Study/New Testament  1-3 Credits  

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

NTG-552  New Testament Theology  3 Credits  

Terms Typically Offered: Fall and Spring.

NTG-555  New Testament Ethics  3 Credits  

This course is designed to acquaint students with the ethical teachings of the New Testament, and to probe the relevance of New Testament ethics for a contemporary personal and social ethic.

NTG-631  Intermediate Greek I  3 Credits  

Further study of grammar and syntax, including extensive exegesis of selected Johannine and Pauline texts. Offered alternate years.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall.

NTG-632  Intermediate Greek II  3 Credits  

A continuation of Greek I. Offered alternate years.

Terms Typically Offered: Spring.

NTG-650  Independent Study in New Testament  1-4 Credits  

Terms Typically Offered: Fall and Spring.

NTG-670  Special Topic:  1-3 Credits  

Study in a special topic in New Testament.

Terms Typically Offered: Spring.

NTG-680  Ind Study:  1-4 Credits  

An individualized study initiated by the student who must develop a written prospectus of the proposed study and secure an appropriate sponsoring faculty member to supervise and evaluate the study. A maximum of four units may be applied toward the degree requirements.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer.

NTG-690  Seminar:  1-3 Credits  

An investigation of one topic in the New Testament of particular relevance to graduate students in religion. Examples are: Jesus and the Gospels, New Perspectives on Paul, Spiritual Gifts, and Women in the New Testament.

Terms Typically Offered: Spring.

NTG-710  Current Issues in New Testament Studies  3 Credits  

An investigation and evaluation of the basic critical problems of New Testament interpretation which aims to acquaint the student with the more significant methodologies and personalities in contemporary scholarly studies.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall.