GRADUATE

Biblical Interpretation

BIN500  Introduction to Hermeneutics    3 hours
An introduction to valid methodology for determining the original meaning of Biblical texts and applying their modern significance. Special attention is given to historical development, principles of interpretation, and relationship to the covenants and eschatology.

BIN655   Studies in Biblical Interpretation     3 hours
A study of selected topics in Biblical Interpretation. Courses from this series may be selected to meet specific needs of students who desire to advance their research in a chosen area within the discipline.

BIN656    Studies in Biblical Interpretation     3 hours
A study of selected topics in Biblical Interpretation. Courses from this series may be selected to meet specific needs of students who desire to advance their research in a chosen area within the discipline.

BIN705   History of Hermeneutics     3 hours
An overview of the discipline of hermeneutics from a broad historical perspective, with specific attention given to the literal and allegorical systems of interpretation to provide a reliable analysis of problems in the contemporary hermeneutical systems.

BIN755   Studies in Biblical Interpretation    
A study of selected topics in Biblical Interpretation. Courses from this series may be selected to meet specific needs of students who desire to advance their research in a chosen area within the discipline.

BIN855   Studies in Biblical Interpretation     3 hours
A study of selected topics in Biblical Interpretation. Courses from this series may be selected to meet specific needs of students who desire to advance their research in a chosen area within the discipline.

BIN856   Studies in Biblical Interpretation     3 hours
A study of selected topics in Biblical Interpretation. Courses from this series may be selected to meet specific needs of students who desire to advance their research in a chosen area within the discipline.