A beginning course in classical Hebrew covering all normal grammar, syntax, basic vocabulary, and reading of the Hebrew Bible. (This course is the second of a two semester year-long course.)

This course is a continuation of LA 210, which is a beginning study of New Testament Greek, primarily concerned with grammar, vocabulary and elementary reading of selected texts.

The emphasis of this course is exegesis of selected New Testament texts with the goal of increasing proficiency in Koine Greek vocabulary, grammar, syntax and morphology. It is a continuation of NT 360.

A beginning course in classical Hebrew covering all normal grammar, syntax, basic vocabulary, and reading of the Hebrew Bible. (This course is the first of a two semester yearlong course.)

The objective of this course is to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills in order to effectively, accurately, and responsibly employ the Greek language for New Testament study for the purposes of preaching and teaching in both church and scholarly environments. First, the course is a review and reinforcement of beginning Greek grammar. Second, this course introduces intermediate grammatical study with the goal of increasing proficiency in Koine Greek vocabulary, grammar, syntax and morphology. This study is also designed to move students beyond simple grammar and grammatical categories into a functional approach to language. Third, these principles are coupled with extensive reading of the Greek New Testament, during which they are applied for the purpose of exegesis. 

This course is a beginning study of New Testament Greek. It is primarily concerned with grammar, vocabulary and elementary reading of selected texts.

One of the main means God uses to create servant-leaders is the careful study of Scripture. Approximately 75% of the Bible is written in Hebrew. This course is designed to open the Hebrew Bible up to students in a new way. The use of Hebrew and Hebrew-based tools will enable the students to dramatically increase the depth of their understanding of the Hebrew Bible and thus make them more effective leaders in the church and community. 

Exegesis of selected Old Testament texts with the goal of increasing proficiency in biblical Hebrew vocabulary, grammar, syntax, and morphology.

A continuation of OT 360 with the same purpose: Exegesis of selected Old Testament texts with the goal of increasing proficiency in biblical Hebrew vocabulary, grammar, syntax, and morphology.