maincurve UC Library MyUC iLearn Webmail Home
title Academics Home Religion Home

Course Descriptions

BLGR 231, 232. Understanding Biblical Greek I and II
A study of Biblical Greek focusing on the parts of speech, sentence structure, and vocabulary. The professor provides examples of the importance of understanding Greek grammar for interpreting the New Testament throughout the course. Prerequisite: BLGR 231 is a prerequisite for BLGR 232. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLGR 231 is offered fall semester of even years. BLGR 232 is offered spring semester of odd years.

BLGR 331, 332.  Interpreting the Greek New Testament I and II
An application of the principles of Biblical Greek to translating, interpreting, and communicating the truths of the New Testament. Prerequisites: BLGR 231 and BLGR 232 are prerequisites for BLGR 331. BLGR 331 is a prerequisite for BLGR 332. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLGR 331 is offered fall semester of odd years. BLGR 332 is offered spring semester of even years.

BLHB 231, 232. Understanding Biblical Hebrew I and II
A study of Biblical Hebrew focusing on the parts of speech, sentence structure, and vocabulary. The professor provides examples of the importance of understanding Hebrew grammar for interpreting the Old Testament throughout the course. Prerequisite: BLHB 231 is a prerequisite for BLHB 232. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLHB 231 is offered fall semester of odd years. BLHB 232 is offered spring semester of even years.

BLHB 331, 332.  Interpreting the Hebrew Old Testament I and II
An application of the principles of Biblical Hebrew to translating, interpreting, and communicating the truths of the Old Testament. Prerequisites: BLHB 231 and BLHB 232 are prerequisites for BLHB 331. BLHB 331 is a prerequisite for BLHB 332. Credit, 3 hours for each course. BLHB 331 is offered fall semester of even years. BLHB 332 is offered spring semester of odd years.

 

Related Course Listings: