501 An Exegetical Analysis of the Gospels
This course offers the student an
in-depth understanding of the Gospels. It
entails a study of their content, their historical background, the different
approaches used to study them in church history, and their exegesis and
interpretation. The student will
also explore the use of the Gospels for diverse ministries in the church.
701 Greek as an Exegetical Tool
students will comprehend the benefit, limits and use of the Greek language as an
exegetical tool. They will learn how to use tools such as the lexicon, the
linguistic key, the analytical concordance, and the interlinear Greek New
Testament. They will also learn basic aspects of Greek grammar, including
morphology, syntax, and basic vocabulary. The
students will be better prepared to do a serious and precise exegesis of the New
Testament, and will gain more confidence in the process of interpretation.