The Scripture and Culture major focuses on studying the context of the biblical authors, interpreting the Bible from the original languages, understanding how culture affects biblical interpretation, and communicating biblical truth across cultural boundaries.
Achieve intermediate competency in biblical Greek or Hebrew.
Study the historical, social, and religious backgrounds of both testaments.
Discover how different cultures receive, interpret, and apply the Bible.
Use modern anthropology to understand how to communicate across cultural boundaries.
Integrate basic linguistics and translation theory with trusted hermeneutical principles.
Learn to engage in academic discussions about biblical interpretive issues.
- Christian education
- Non-profit organization or ministry
- Attend seminary
- Bible translation
- Interpret the Bible from its original languages
- Understand the cultures of the biblical authors
- Understand how modern cultures affect interpretation
- Communicate biblical truth in diverse and multi-cultural environments
Students who want academic, biblical foundations for Christian vocations, whether in the marketplace, in education, or in ministry.
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