The Bible is the divinely inspired word of God, and through our Biblical Languages program, you will understand its words in a whole new way by learning the Koine Greek and Ancient Hebrew translations.
A focus on textual criticism and its application will enhance your vocational calling to ministry and prepare you to pursue advanced study in biblical languages. As you grow in your language skills, you will be introduced to elementary, intermediate, and advanced Biblical Hebrew as well as elementary, intermediate, and advanced Hellenistic Greek.
Understanding these original languages will allow you to properly practice sound biblical exegesis and its related application. Enhance your faith and grow in your calling through the study of biblical languages.
Majors: Develop a deep understanding of the original languages of the Bible and use this knowledge to enhance your ministry career.
Minors: Study the original languages of the Bible to practice sound biblical exegesis in your ministry pursuits.
Concentrations: Develop an understanding of the original languages of the Bible to promote sound biblical exegesis and complement your ministry calling.
Fine Arts Scholarship
Fine Arts Scholarship opportunities are available for those interested in pursuing this program. Click here for eligibility and requirement details!
Career OpportunitiesA minor is a secondary field of interest that is meant to complement your academic major. While your major is chosen for your intended career choice, your minor may be something you pursue for your personal interest or to augment your major. This minor, however, can help in personal study, teaching ministry, and graduate work.
Meghan Musy, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Director of Competency-Based Theological Education
Robert A. Berg, Ph.D.
Professor of New Testament
Gary Martindale, Ph.D.
Professor of Biblical Studies
Vince Medina, Ph.D.
Professor of Old Testament, Director of PhD Biblical Interpretation and Theology, Chair of Bible/Theology Department
William Griffin, Ph.D.
Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew
Martin Mittelstadt, Ph.D.
Professor of New Testament
Mark Jenkins, Ph.D.
Professor of Old Testament, Biblical Hebrew, and Archaeology
Michael Jaffe, D.Min.
Professor of Preaching and Church Leadership
Steve Smallwood, D.Min.
Associate Professor for Church Ministries, Program Coordinator for Church Ministries (online)
Mark Fabian, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, Executive Director of Strategic Partnerships and Digital Learning
Chris McGough, M.A.
Associate Professor of Youth Ministries
Dr. Lattis Campbell
MIR - Global Connections
Jim Bradford, Ph.D.
Richard Hammer, LL.M
David Lindell, Th.M.
Yisrael Vincent, Ph.D.
Wave Nunnally, Ph.D.
Professor of Early Judaism and Christian Origins
Calvin Pincombe, D.Min.
Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics
David Hillis, D.Min.