|Units by Discipline|
|Total Units||Price per unit||Bible Exposition||Intercultural Studies||Languages||Philosophy||Practical Ministry||Research / Christian Education||Spiritual Formation||Theology||Electives|
The student will:
Have a developing appreciation of the Old Testament through application of skills in the areas of Hebrew language, exegesis, and the historical-cultural setting of the Old Testament.
Have a developing appreciation for the value of studying Old Testament Hebrew for a better understanding of God’s written word. It is expected that the graduate will use an exegetical methodology for the Old Testament on a regular basis throughout his or her lifetime.
Be able to research the Old Testament using the exegetical tools of Hebrew language and archaeological and historical studies. It is expected that the insights into the biblical text will be more original and better supported as a result of the exegetical method.
Be able to help others understand the textual history, historical accuracy, and key critical issues of the Old Testament in light of the latest findings and based on a thoroughly biblical world view.
|TTBE 519||Survey of Genesis-Malachi||pre-req|
|TTBE 520||Survey of Matthew-Revelation||pre-req|
|TTBE 517||Hermeneutics and Bible Study Methods||3|
|TTSF 501||Introduction to Spiritual Theology and Formation||3|
|TTSF 503||Personal Foundations for Spiritual Formation||3|
|TTSF 504||Spiritual Formation, Vocation, and the Disciplines||1|
|TTSF 505||Talbot Spiritual Direction I||0|
|TTSF 506||Talbot Spiritual Direction II||0|
|TTTH 521||Theology I: God, Scripture, Creation||3|
|TTTH 522||Theology II: Christ, Humanity, Sin, Salvation||3|
|TTTH 623||Theology III: Spirit, Church, Last Things||3|
|TTOT 603||Elements of Hebrew I||3|
|TTOT 604||Elements of Hebrew II||3|
|TTOT 703||Introduction to Hebrew Exegesis||3|
|TTOT 720||Studies in Old Testament Introduction||3|
|TTOT 722||Advanced Hebrew Reading *||2|
|TTOT 745||World of the Old Testament||3|
|TTOT 799||Old Testament Capstone||1|
|Old Testament Elective Courses **||9|
|General Elective Courses ***||3|
* Must be taken for 2 credits, may be taken for 3 credits with the remaining credit counting towards electives.
*** Students may count TTBE 520 towards their general elective courses.
BOLD courses are now available through an online/hybrid format