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Theology The major in Theology introduces students to the study of God and man. Students read great works of theology, literature, history, philosophy, and political theory and interact with them from a Christian perspective. Additional courses in logic, rhetoric, philosophy, apologetics, and theological electives allow students to tailor the program toward graduate work in seminary, classical studies, literature, history, law, or any other field in the liberal arts. In addition to the General Studies and Christian Studies requirements, Theology majors must complete the following:

Theology HOI3510 HOI3520 HOI3530 PHI2500 PHI3510 OTS4610 NTS4610

42 Seminar in Theology & Culture Seminar in Philosophy & Science Seminar in History & Politics Christian Philosophy Logic Old Testament Theology New Testament Theology

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Choose any three THE electives 3000 level or higher

9

Choose one of the following pairs of foreign language courses: GRK2610 New Testament Greek I GRK2620 New Testament Greek II GRK3610 Greek Syntax and Exegesis I GRK3620 Greek Syntax and Exegesis II HEB2610 Old Testament Hebrew I HEB2620 Old Testament Hebrew II HEB3610 Biblical Hebrew and Syntax HEB3620 Intermediate Hebrew Exegesis

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Choose any two courses: Options Free Electives

6

Total Hours

126

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Official 2013 2014 academic catalog